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Thread: WIP for Threadbanger

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    Senior Member jc469273's Avatar
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    WIP for Threadbanger

    I am working on a charity quilt for Threadbanger. She has just begun to quilt and so I volunteered to quilt this charity top for her for just the cost of the batting and label. I hope she likes what I am doing.

    My husband has Alzheimer's and has not been doing well lately, so I am behind with my quilting. I hate to hold up my customers, but hopefully things will settle down and I can get caught up.

    Thanks for looking,

    Judy

    By the way, I quilt on a Sharon Schamber model Prodigy quilting machine.
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    Beautiful! I love how smooth the quilting is
    Sharon from Winchester

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    I think she will love it. I know I do.

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    Nicely done. Hope your life settles down for you. I know to enjoy the good days when you have them

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    Nice quilting - can we see the whole quilt?

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    Beautiful! I know how hard it is to care for someone with dementia...saying a prayer things settle down!

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    Well done! What thread are you using, including the weight - it looks heavier than a 50wt ... thinking perhaps 28wt? I'm curious, I like the result.

    Best of luck with your husband. I admire people who can work with Alzheimer's patients, it takes a special person and I know I'm not that person. Bravo to you.
    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

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    Thanks everyone. I will try to remember to post a picture of the whole quilt when I finish. The thread is Essential Pro from Connecting Threads. It is a 70/3 polyester thread. I think it just looks larger because the picture is so close up.

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    Awesome job, looking forward to seeing the whole quilt done, thanks for sharing!!

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    Just beautiful, what a great job you did
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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