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Thread: From Thrift Shop to Quilt Top - The Quilt Show

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    awesome... I'm afriad all those plaid piecing would maky my head dizzy.....

    Turned out nice tho!!!

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    That is a beautiful quilt, thanks for sharing.

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    Wow, that's pretty!!!!!!!!

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    great idea and great work..thanks for sharing

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    Love it.

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    really nice quilt. Thanks for sharing. :thumbup:

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    I saw that, thought it was great. My friend just cleaned out her cupboards and gave a bunch of plaids. I was going to give them to good will then I saw this. Wow

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    That was quite inspirational!!! Now I need to start collecting plaids!! .... I need more space for my ..."collections".

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    WOW, i do love it, but i was getting dizzy looking at it. I love plaids also.

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    For an older (Not electronic) metal machine. I simply use one of those black flat sheet magnets, to the right of the needle and just by getting the pins that you pull out near enough and they will stick!

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