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    Senior Member Bobbinchick's Avatar
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    :-D :-D :-D Ever try to quilt a king sized quilt in a small little sardine can of a sewing space???? Well here are two pictures of what I'm doing and I have 1/4 rth of it almost done. I can't get to the very center of the quilt so that part will be hand quilted. Enjoy. I'm doing a cable and lazy feather design on the background and will find some thing for the borders. Huggies, Fay

    The front
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    The back of quilt
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    Hard work for sure. Keep it up.

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    Wow! And I thought the piecing was impressive! You're doing the quilting too? I'm in awe of your skills......dedication.....patience!!!

    Hats off to you! :D

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    Big round of applause from this corner!!

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    It's coming out even more beautiful! It's been a great journey and I guess it's almost over!

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    I understand your frustration. I had 7 1/4" on my Pfaff and the lever was on the side instead of the back. What you have done looks great. I like the combination of machine and hand.

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    You have more nerve than I do but your doing great. Let us see it when you are done.

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    Looking good

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    Super Member ube quilting's Avatar
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    More power to you. When I quilt on my small machine I only do random patterns, never anything as complicated as what you are doing. Can't wait to see it completed!
    peace :D

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    VEry nice work

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