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Thread: Wall Hanging

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    Super Member MaryStoaks's Avatar
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    Beautiful work! That is some really nice stitching.

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    Wow Joyce, your stitching is unbelievable! Not only are they even stitched, but they're in the exact spot they're supposed to be in! Excellent job! :thumbup:

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    You have a beautiful stitch

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    Oh, wow, your stitching is beautiful! And very even! Absolutely great. I also like the contrasting thread on the fabric. Go on with it!

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    awesome

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    Amazing work! I don't have the patience for anything hand sewn.

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    Exquisite!!!

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    Those stitches are great. I think they look perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic
    Wow SewJoyce looks as pretty close to perfect as one can get. Your stitches are nice and even and tiny. This is very nice. How did you mark it?
    I buy these little tops pre-marked from the Stencil Company. Some day I'll have to learn to mark one this intricate for myself. But I have marked baby quilts, etc. using the blue wash away pen....by the time I get through wooling it around it needs to be washed anyway :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Doggie
    I just took a hand quilting class couple of weeks ago...
    Wish mine could look that good!!
    How long have you been doing this???

    Do you use hoop? If so, what size/kind?

    Again, it looks wonderful!!!!!!!!!!

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    JEALOUS in Illinois!


    You guys are all so sweet with your compliments...makes all the pin pricks (which eventually will become a callus again:lol: ) worthwhile.

    I started hand quilting seriously a couple of years ago and was determined that I was going to learn how to do it. Well, I'm still learning....

    And I don't use a hoop....they just seem to get in my way :lol: :lol:

    Have never been to a hand quilting class. Did they tell you to use a hoop, etc.????

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