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Thread: Analiyah is her name

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    Soooooooooooooo pretty !!!
    Dance like no one is watching

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    Beautiful quilt!! A treasure
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    beautiful love your quilting

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    You are an inspiration to those of us who do our own quilting on a DSM. Great quilt and quilting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dilyn View Post
    I was asked to make a baby quilt for a friend of a friend. My instructions were to ‘make it pink and embroider the babies name on it’. I found the Lemoyne star paper pieced pattern for an 8 inch block for the corners and I enlarged it to a 14 inch block for the center. I did it all from my stash of fabrics. One small point of interest is that I do all of my quilting on a domestic sewing machine so I am always looking for easy ways to keep it straight and true without time consuming rulers and marking. The white on white polka dots made for an easy way to keep the little arches going straight and true even though they are not all perfect.
    I think you did a wonderful job. The colors & work are just great. Thank you for sharing.

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    Oh what a sweet quilt. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariposa View Post
    Such a pretty quilt, and lovely quilting!
    ditto...beautiful

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    Your quilt is lovely - so much more than just your comission to "make a babyquilt and embroider her name on it!" Just a beautiful piece of work - an heirloom.

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    I sure hope the recipients recognize the fabulous work in this quilt. The FMQ is just too wonderful and the piecing on the quilt is great......WOW! It's WONDERFUL....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dilyn View Post
    I was asked to make a baby quilt for a friend of a friend. My instructions were to ‘make it pink and embroider the babies name on it’. I found the Lemoyne star paper pieced pattern for an 8 inch block for the corners and I enlarged it to a 14 inch block for the center. I did it all from my stash of fabrics. One small point of interest is that I do all of my quilting on a domestic sewing machine so I am always looking for easy ways to keep it straight and true without time consuming rulers and marking. The white on white polka dots made for an easy way to keep the little arches going straight and true even though they are not all perfect.
    Very pretty quilt, love your quilting. With your beautiful quilting on your domestic, you certainly don't seem to need a LA. You do beautiful work!!

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    Cute quilt and your quilting is wonderful.
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    that is so nice, love the way you did the arches

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    Beautifully done - what a sweet little girls quilt.
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    OH MY...gorgeous. I could never ever be able to machinine quilt like that. Lucky baby.

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    wonderful quilt and impressive quilting... WOW I need you to give me lessons
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    Beautiful quilt. The machine quilting is wonderful.

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    Great way to make the clam shell -I love your quilting -the quilt is beautiful.

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    beautiful beautifu quilt . I love the script of her name

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    Oh How cute...Great job baby will love it

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    All that quilting on the regular machine - wow! Lovely job! It is a sweet quilt
    Shannon

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    How beautiful. Very pretty design and your quilting is wonderful. Even with dots I'd have found it a struggle

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    That is really pretty.
    Love to quilt

    Gloria C

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    What a lovely, fresh quilt. The quilting is beautiful!

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    Wow. I have never spent that much time and work into making baby quilt. You are a wonderful friend.

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    What a lucky baby! This is a quilt that her mother will cherish always! Beautiful quilt for a beautiful baby!!! Thank you for sharing. Your work is incredible.
    Happy stitching, Pat

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