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Thread: Quilts made using vintage machines!

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    Senior Member annesthreads's Avatar
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    So encouraging and inspiring to see all these quilts! I've been using the FW I bought about a year ago for piecing, and am now working on learning to quilt on my "new" 201.

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Size:  1.26 MBHere is my latest finished queen sized quilt. This was a Mystery Quilt entirely pieced using my Free #5 treadle!

    Nancy

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    That is really pretty Nancy!! I'm hopefully at a point where I can start sewing again soon!
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    Nancy, your quilt is really pretty...you did a wonderful job!
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    Nancy, I love your mystery quilt. That must of been fun and you did a great job!

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    Ok...I give in...keep in mind that my work is not exactly wonderful, and I often don't pay enough attention to placement, but my kids love these... 1. Made for my pyscho DIL Beth on my Featherweight, quilted on Amandasgramma's long arm.2. Raggety Ann and cheater cloth doll quilt for my granddaughter made on my 201.3. For my son Ray, again used my FW.4. Just threw this one in, all done by hand, including templates and scissor cutting, made it for my mom in 1993.5. For my other pyscho DIL Nicki, I picked up the hand stitched blocks at St Vincent De Paul for $3, put them together with stuff from my mom's stash on my A G Mason New Florence treadle. Used the Mason to straight line quilt it as well.
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    Pfaff 12222 I'd say so. Looks like a wonderful machine. It is all mechanical is it?

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    Is this considered vintage?Attachment 296111
    Anna Quilts

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    Charlee, They are all wonderful!!! You shouldn't be bashful about your nicely done work. Each is special, each looks comfy, and each is beautiful. Thanks for sharing with us!

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    I like your quilts Charlee - you shouldn't be apologizing for any thing!
    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
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    Charlee you quilts are very nice and you should be proud of them. Don't apologize for anything.
    Glenn W. Cleveland

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