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Thread: Skylander Embroidered quilt

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    Skylander Embroidered quilt

    Learning how to use the embroidery unit. First try.
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    That is awesome. My grandkids love Skylanders. Are they embroidered blocks ?

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    Terrific job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Quote Originally Posted by haleybugm View Post
    That is awesome. My grandkids love Skylanders. Are they embroidered blocks ?
    Yes. Took them from pictures and then embroidered them.

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    That is an awful lot of work! Congratulations on a huge job well done!

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    nicely done
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    Very nice, how long did it take? And what machine did you use??

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldquilter View Post
    Very nice, how long did it take? And what machine did you use??
    I figure over 100 hours start to finish. Lots of fun learning. I used my Bernina 830E

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    Amazing and beautiful!

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    very nice!!!!!!
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