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Thread: Aquamarine Ambience quilt

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    Beautiful work, love the colors.

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    That's a LOT of embroidery and I'd say it's beautifully done. Thanks for sharing the pics.

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    Superb job on the MEing! What a beautiful quilt!

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    Thank to each for your kind words toward my quilt. It was a challage and glad it is over. Not ready to tackle another like this soon.

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    Stunning--and worth the work!

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    Super job!!

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    Wow, what a beautiful quilt!!! You sure did wonderfully on it!! One of the prettiest I've seen so far!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewSew2
    Izy,

    All the blocks were cut 20 inches and once finished cut to 18 inches then placed sashing and inserts. Not sure you could see well but it was placed on point. I used template and reposition each design on the 20 inch block.
    On many designs one design would take 72 minutes to stitch then you had to do three more. All this was done seperate so you have many hoopings to complete the block. The reason I did not use the mega hoop because I did not want to sit at the machine for several hours for it to stitch out. With the mega hoop you could have stitched a section of three designs at a time.
    Beth
    Beth you deserve a medal for your patience alone!!

    This has to be the most work intensive quilt I have seen, but what a result of your labour, give yourself a great big pat on the back girl!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Stunning!

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    All the words have been said to express how wonderful this quilt is and how dedicated you are to try something so intricate for your first project and then to NOT get discouraged shortly into the project. I bow to you in total admiration. Great job and thank you so much for sharing.

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    Absolutely stunning.

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    Simply beautiful.

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    It's beautiful! I haven't tried embroidery yet but this quilt makes me want to start.

    Kyia

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    Very-very refined work!!!

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    Beautiful!

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    Stunning is right!

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    "Beautiful"!

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    All I can say is WOW!!
    Your patience has paid off!
    It's gorgeous!!!

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    bee-u-ti-ful!

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    Beautiful. That is fine looking embroidery work

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    It's gorgeous.

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