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Thread: another one I quilted today....lol....I got a few of them :)

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    Super Member hperttula123's Avatar
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    here is another one I did. Still working with the poly batting. I'm starting to like it a little more.
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    Looks great!

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    Ya'll are so talented! I'm going to start sending my tops to ya'll....I haven't been having fun tonight trying to do a quilt pattern with my sewing machine!

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    I like how you changed the quilt pattern in every strip.
    I think that I may have to steal that idea.
    Great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pamkasperi
    Ya'll are so talented! I'm going to start sending my tops to ya'll....I haven't been having fun tonight trying to do a quilt pattern with my sewing machine!
    I can't quilt with my sewing machine. I tried and the only way I can explain it, is like writing but moving the paper and holding the pencil still. I just can't get it. I have seen people do wonderful quilting on their sewing machine, but it's just not for me. :) Hope it works better for you.

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    Great quilting. Thanks for sharing. You have been busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlehud
    Great quilting. Thanks for sharing. You have been busy.
    Yes!!! I'm working on getting everything finished that I started. I can't just work on one quilt at a time. I have to do a bunch...lol.

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    I love the puffy look of polyester batting, but I like the smoothness of cotton. That is a very pretty quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinebeltquilter
    I love the puffy look of polyester batting, but I like the smoothness of cotton. That is a very pretty quilt.
    Thank you :)

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    great quilting.

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    you're doing a great job!

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hperttula123
    here is another one I did. Still working with the poly batting. I'm starting to like it a little more.
    All the quilts I have ever made since 2002, some 40-50, I have used the low-loft batting. I love it. Easy to wash, light but yet warm. I've hand quilted it as well as machine quilted it, both do fine. Happy Quilting!!

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    great quilting

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    80-20 warm batting is my choice. Beautiful work...Thanks for sharing.

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    Yeah ! I like your work too ! soon to give it a go myself (fmq ) that is !

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    You're doing good. How long have you been doing FMQ?

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    OOoo--I see a nice move for the quilts I asked about last night!! So--you're not using your machine--but a long arm?? If you lived closer I could give you lots to practice on! :lol: I just hate sandwiching...and would be more than happy to hand tops and backs over!!

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    Looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by barnbum
    OOoo--I see a nice move for the quilts I asked about last night!! So--you're not using your machine--but a long arm?? If you lived closer I could give you lots to practice on! :lol: I just hate sandwiching...and would be more than happy to hand tops and backs over!!
    Yes on a long arm. I cannot get the hang of doing on on a sewing machine. :)

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