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Thread: Yaaah!!!! HOOO!!! Attic Quilt finished.

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    Super Member Bill'sBonBon's Avatar
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    I started this quilt on The first Week of July 2008. I got my binding on yesterday July 22,2009 Exactly a year ago. I managed to get top done before I had to put it aside for Christmas. Then first one thing then another to keep me from finishing and I finally got it done.
    I am proud of this quilt because it is my First quilt for myself,FIRST Mitered sash and it is the First time I did FreeMotion stippled quilting. The Baskets and most of the Flowers are Stippled. Once I got into it I was amazed how fast,fun and easy to do freemotion was. This is a LARGE QUILT I spread it out over the queen sized bed it was made for, When I turned it over to the back to take a picture. The sashes are SID That was hard to do on my Domestic Machine,thought I would never get done. There are a lot of mistakes. Alot of STD out of the ditch. The binding is great on top and the back is kinda messy. Nothing I cant fix on day I don't have anything to do NOT!!!!! Anyways it is done now I can take the Blue Sheets off the windows and the next time anyone comes for a visit I will have it almost the way I want this guest room.

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    Done Finally after ONE YEAR My attic window quilt.
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    Great job on the seems! Very nice!!

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    Well worth the wait!
    great job!

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    This is the back I used what I had on hand the border I have a lot of and managed to find colors that worked to make the squares.
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    Lovely quilt - and reversable too! :lol:

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    2wheel...just noticed your "signature line" .... love it!

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    I agree - well worth the wait!! It turned out beautifully!!! And I can't believe you FMQ it, along with SID! It's so big! I'm not that brave yet! lol!!!

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    Ooooo, very pretty! Congrats on finishing it.

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    That is one BIG quilt. You did a great job. Another one for my list of patterns I gotta try. Love it, well worth the wait.

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    it came out beautiful

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