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Thread: WIP freestyle slow... steady.. did I say slow?

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    wow, this is slow... rip and start again.
    will freestyle around where I will applique the sun, birds, flowers, leaves, stems... not wanting to put all that work if the free stlye does not work out.

    slow... very slow. not loving it.

    camera dark for free stlye, eveyone is asleep and can't turn on all the lights to flood the living room. will wake up the dog, grandkids, husband, daughter..

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    I think you are doing really well...I haven't tried this yet. Pretty new to machine work, I am just doing simple lines and trying not to fall off the ditches! Perhaps a cup of tea and a rest might be an idea (chocolate could be helpful!).

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    Really like this ! Good work ! Fun !

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    I might have to give this a try. It looks like you are doing a great job. Very pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by earthwalker
    I think you are doing really well...I haven't tried this yet. Pretty new to machine work, I am just doing simple lines and trying not to fall off the ditches! Perhaps a cup of tea and a rest might be an idea (chocolate could be helpful!).
    yes, will start again tomorrow.. told my husband.. this will be another 3 year quilt. ha ha.
    I usually do beside the ditches of triangels and rectangels, circles. sometimes ditch..
    this is my first time with this.
    cup of tea and good night rest. :)

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    Lookin' good... keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    I might have to give this a try. It looks like you are doing a great job. Very pretty.
    heh, I watched a series of utubes before I tried, talked about preparing your machine, moving your hands and shoulders, singing a song.. lots of great tips first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leota
    Lookin' good... keep up the good work.
    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    thank you all for the encouragement. will try again tomorrow !

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    I think that you are doing a great job.Very nice quilt looks so happy!

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