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Thread: Autumn Leaves FSL Bowl & Doily

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    Autumn Leaves FSL Bowl & Doily

    I just completed BFC-Creations Autumn Leaves bowl and doily. I changed the colors slightly to match my decor. You can see where I put it. It is the first thing that you see when you walk in my back door. The treadle is a 1895 Willcox and Gibbs chainstitch machine. Love her designs.

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    what a truly gorgeous display

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    WOW. That is beautiful and your setting is super. Love the whole set up. Do you have a pattern for the bowl? The quilt behind is also beautiful. You sure do stunning work. BrendaK
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    You can buy the free standing lace pattern from BFC-Creations. Here is the link to Sue's website. She has some wonderful embroidery designs. http://www.bfc-creations.com/index.shtml
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    Gorgeous picture.
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    ​Lovely display!

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    beautiful lace and great machine. what a display!
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    Your bowl and doily are beautiful as is your entire display.

    I, too, have a 1989 Wilcox & Gibbs chain stitch treadle machine. It is a genius design, isn't it?

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    How lovely to look at!

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    Oh, my goodness! It's gorgeous!!!
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    Super job on the doily and bowl. Your wall hanging and treadle all go together just right.
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    Everything is lovely!! Wonderful!
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    What a wonderful view as you come in your back door! Lovely work!! We won't discuss the view as you walk in my backdoor!!
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