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Thread: 3rd completed quilt

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    Super Member bisseau's Avatar
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    This quilt is larger than 2nd quilt but with fewer mistakes. I have become one with the seam ripper as I did several rows of stitch in ditch wrong. I also did my binding different than most tutorials as I wanted a decorative stitch to appear on front. Basically I'm pleased with results... Its still a "sacrificial quilt" and will be kept for instructional purposes. I am improving.
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    Such a pretty quilt you made!The colors blend so well together.I like the stitch you used on the binding.

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    Pretty. I love it.

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    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    It is so soft and cuddly looking. You:did a great job.

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    beautiful quilt

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    I am impressed. I think it is beautiful.

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    Beautiful, I like this quilt and the little stitching around the binding is cute!!

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    Really pretty! Love the fabrics, too. I do my bindings the same way and enjoy trying the different stitches!

    I like how your blocks (pieces) seem to puff up a bit. What batt do you use?

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    i like that decorative binding thing... very pretty quilt too

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    Beautiful!

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    Very nice quilt! I love the colors! As far as I can tell, your quilting is coming along nicely!

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    Very nice job!

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    I love it and especially the colors.

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    please don't make it a sacrifice-beautiful job and the stitching on the binding is wonderful :)

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    Very pretty!!

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    I love it!! Your binding looks so perfect.

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    It's a beautiful quilt and I love how you did the binding!

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    Great job. Love your fabric choices.

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    NIcely done!

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    I think your quilt is lovely. I like your decorative stitching too. It is good to experiment in quilting. Well done.

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    Good and attractive job, love your binding too.

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    The quilt looks wonderful. I sew my binding to the back and turn it over to the front. It is wonderful especially for kid's and well used quilts. I sew it down with the very tiny zig zag that hardly shows. I know most tutorials have you sew it on the front and turn it to the back and hand stitch but we do what works for us.

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    Very nice!

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    Beautiful, great job!

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