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Thread: Sunbonnet quilt. FMQed my first big one

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    Super Member rootyr's Avatar
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    Ahhh!

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    I love it!
    It's beautiful! :-)

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    Beautiful :thumbup:

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    both quilt look nice i do love the sunbonnet sue

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    Love all those little sunbonnets!!!
    And the "chain" through the quilt is beautiful!!!
    I LOVE this!!!

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    Sunbonnet Sue is not one of my favorite patterns but I sure would enjoy having this one. It must surly be a labor of love.

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    Love this - beautiful colours. Where did the patterns for the machine embroidery come from? Congrats on a wonderful quilt.

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    Like your quilt table too, that looks REALLY interesting, can you tell us a bit about it and how it is made please?

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    That is so cute!!!

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    It is made out of insulations board from the hardware store. This foamed stuff needed for isolating your roof against cold. They come in different highs and you just have to add up till it covers the sewing arm of your machine. There is a special glue that comes with it and you can easely cut the gab for your sewing machine arm out with a knife.
    Hope this helps
    Granny

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