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Thread: FMQ Design for French Braid Accent Squares

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    Please keep them coming. I'm always looking for ideas! Thanks.
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    Please share more!! Dianne
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    WOW, your design is gorgeous stitched out. You are a talented quilter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingle View Post
    WOW, your design is gorgeous stitched out. You are a talented quilter.
    Thanks Phyllis! I think they always look better stitched than drawn, but the drawing is part of the process of developing and learning the design for me. When I have drawn them enough to develop some "muscle memory" of the design I do a much better job of stitching them with minimal or no marking on the quilt.
    Wendy

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    Thank you so much Wendy for sharing your ideas with us. Great directions and love the picture! It makes it so clear. I love this design. Please share more when you can. Personally, I could use all the help I can get when it comes to figuring out quilting inside blocks.

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    Thank you so much, for this lovely design I also need all the help I can get
    on FMQ designs also.
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    This is beautiful. Thanks so much for documenting the technique for us.
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    Thanks it was just what I needed

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    Thanks very much for sharing your design! I would love to see more too!
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    That is cute, thank you for posting. I would also like to see more as I am just learning how to free motion.

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