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Thread: Quilts made using vintage machines!

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    What a lovely guest room and your quilts are just perfect.....Gone fishing and Gone fishing Again....is all I can come up with! I need to put the brakes on the rest of my life for a bit and get back on my machines....don't have time for myself at all lately...just a bit of handquilting in the evenings....

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    White 1514 in action

    Found this sweetie at an estate sale (Cute clone! How much to pay?). Quick cleaning, oiling and a belt and here's her first project. It wasn't her fault that I sewed a row wrong and had to redo it! And this is a much better machine than the clone I found so I think this should not be labeled a clone.
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    Mrs Finch love your machine, cool vintage!! Your quilt is awesome, love the colors and graphic design.
    Never met a scrap of fabric or vintage sewing machine I didn't like!
    Many a lost and lonely vintage machine has found a home with me, 26 and------ uh oh lost count.

    Susan

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    Ms. Finch, I like your Robin-blue-egg colored White. (have a bird theme going) You quilt is pretty with the yellows, browns, and that blue. Enjoy that White!

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    Mrs. Finch, You have such a pretty machine..... love the blue. And the quilt is lovely..... great colors as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Finch View Post
    Found this sweetie at an estate sale (Cute clone! How much to pay?). Quick cleaning, oiling and a belt and here's her first project. It wasn't her fault that I sewed a row wrong and had to redo it! And this is a much better machine than the clone I found so I think this should not be labeled a clone.
    What a bright, cheerful quilt top! Also, you found a really sweet looking 15 clone - it looks brand new!

    Nancy

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    This is a quilt that I made this summer for my daughter. Cathy had given me a couple of boxes of jeans. I'm still working through that stash of denim. I saw this pattern on someone's blog, and I started working on the quilt right after reading the directions on piecing and assembling. Piecing was done on Two Spools and quilting with the Davis NVF.
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    Monica very nice. I love the way you did the denim with the light and dark sashing between the light and dark denim! Very pretty quilt. You did a great job on the back too!

    Nancy

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    Monica..... I love it. Is this one of those quilts that you quilt as you go? I can't imagine doing those skinny sashing lines between the denim. How did you do that? They are so perfectly straight and even. And the puppies on the back are so cute. .... love that, too.

    I have a huge box of blue jeans that I've not wanted to throw away. I've been cutting out the seams and making pieces of fabric for future use.... this looks like a perfect idea for those denim pieces. I'd love to copy yours if I can figure out the skinny sashing.
    --- Jean

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    A good looking denim quilt - the sashing adds so much.

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