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Thread: 2nd completed quilt

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    Super Member bisseau's Avatar
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    This was actually my very first piecing but it took awhile before I sandwiched it, machined quilted and did binding. this is the 2nd in my series of "sacrificial quilts" as I learn the process and master my new machine. Thank you
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    so pretty

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    love it... beautiful colors!

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    Love the quilt and colors. Great job. I really like the 1/4 inch quilting line that you used. I have thought about it, but haven't tried it yet. Your quilt makes me want to try it soon.

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    I love pink, very pretty quilt, good job.

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    Very pretty, love the fabrics!

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    Nice job! I love the colors you chose!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spartan quilter
    Love the quilt and colors. Great job. I really like the 1/4 inch quilting line that you used. I have thought about it, but haven't tried it yet. Your quilt makes me want to try it soon.
    I agree... I think it really adds to the quilt. My "wanna try it" list is soooooo long.

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    I'm loving your "sacrificial quilts". Great job.

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    Great job! I love that pattern.

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    How wide are the strips?

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    Very pretty. I love it. I really like pink.

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    Good Job :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngeorgia
    How wide are the strips?
    3" wide....I like working in whole numbers... I also didn't realize 2.5 was the standard....I'm staying with 3 inch

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    Quote Originally Posted by almostfree
    Great job! I love that pattern.
    Fence rail is such a good pattern for beginners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonwork42029
    Quote Originally Posted by spartan quilter
    Love the quilt and colors. Great job. I really like the 1/4 inch quilting line that you used. I have thought about it, but haven't tried it yet. Your quilt makes me want to try it soon.
    I agree... I think it really adds to the quilt. My "wanna try it" list is soooooo long.
    I love the quilters here!!!!

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    Very pretty and you did a great job piecing and quilting :) I'm looking forward to seeing more.

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    That is just so pretty. I love the color and the fabrics. Your quilting is looking great. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice job & I like the colors!

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    Good job :thumbup:

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    very nice...choice of pattern, color and quilting is very nice

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    very pretty. I would love to see that fabric stash as well. lol

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    I think your quilt is so pretty, and I especially like the fancy stitches you used as part of the quilting.

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    Lovely quilt! Great fabric choice! Well done!

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    Good color/fabric choices, neatly done. 2.5 is no more standard than 3.0, in my observation. Your quilt, your choice.

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