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Thread: Second Machine Quilted Project

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    Super Member QuiltQtrs's Avatar
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    This was 84 x 84 consisting of simple squares, thus I free-hand
    machine quilted it with variety of "motifs" that march diagonally
    across the quilt top. Done on Short(mid)Arm machine.

    Photo is approx. 1/4 of top
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    Detail of each pattern/square
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    looks like you had a blast quilting that. beautiful work

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    You're doing great. The quilting is just right for that quilt and flows nicely. Really accents the design.

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    Very nice quilting!!

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    Great job!

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    Oh wow. When I got my long arm, I had quilted tons of quilts on my sewing machine but every time I went on the longarm I thought "oh I hope I don't ruin this." Second quilt on your machine and look at all the different patterns you did. You should be so proud. And as time goes on and you get more experience, you will only get better and better. Congrats, you did a fabulous job. Side note: I have had my machine three years now and I can't tell you when I stopped worrying about "ruining" my quilt top. I got a lot of experience by doing Linus Project quilts.

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    lovely quilting. looks like you could have been swaying to some nice music while doing the nicely flowing designs.

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    your free motion is great. nice job

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    Your work is beautiful.

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