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Thread: Blocks from my new embroidery machine.

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    Blocks from my new embroidery machine.

    I was away to a 4 day retreat and this is one of my projects.
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    very nice work

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    Very nice block of the month sampler. You got a lot done.

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    Those are beautiful!

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    Wow, they are wonderful. Congrats on the machine and learning to use it so well.
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    Very nice...love the colors and country feeling..
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    Wow. It would have taken me 4 retreats to finish those blocks. They are great.

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    OOOO!! How cute, I want an embrodiery machine!!
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    Cute cute cute! Where did you get the designs?

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    Wonderful, can't wait to see what you do with them. Peggy
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    I absolutely love them! You did great. Enjoy your new machine.

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    Very nice and so much done. I'm guessing the embroidery machine does them quickly. I really have to start on my machine but just never seems to be enought time. Sue

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    Wow, very cool. Nice blocks.
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    Those are beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter View Post
    Very nice...love the colors and country feeling..
    These are too adorable! They do have a country feeling... they remind me of things they show at the Anericana area on "Antiques Roadshow". They look almost painterly. Oh, I just love, love, love them! I cannot wait to see what you do with them... or what other beauties come out of your embroidery machine. Wow!
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    Oh I love love love them. Your so lucky to be able to do those types of blocks. I wish I could. I don't think I'll ever be able to afford an embroidery machine. But I can hope can't I.
    Cindy

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    Very pretty!


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    They look fantastic,you done a good job.
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    Those are beautiful. What kind of embroidery machine do you have?
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    I just bought a Husqvarna Viking Diamond Deluxe.

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    What lovely work. I bet you had a blast!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rootyr View Post
    I just bought a Husqvarna Viking Diamond Deluxe.
    Congratulations......that is my ultimate "dream Machine"

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    Wow nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by rootyr View Post
    I just bought a Husqvarna Viking Diamond Deluxe.
    Congratulations on your new baby. I bought the Viking Ruby this past yr and I'm having a blast. I love the cutwork needles; they make doing cutwork so much easier than cutting out all of those little spaces by yourself. I did have a Viking #1; just got it back from servicing and now I'll sell it only because I can't afford two machines and I don't have space for two machines but would love to have two emb. machines. I'd also love a retreat like that. I've only had our monthly emb club where I've learned alot and then our teacher sets up special classes for things we want like cutwork and this past month the Viking Educator came and we spent the whole day with her learning 5D and made a tea towel with monogram and buttonholes and used the cutwork needles to cutout the centers and ran ribbon thru it. You did a great job.
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    Fantastic blocks!

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