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Thread: Bookshelf quilt wallhanging

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    Just lovely
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    This is a wonderful idea and so beautifully done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thusnelda
    Thank you everyone! The idea sort of popped into my head when my flat was renovated and they replaced my beautiful but albeit not very burglar-proof bull-glass appartment door with a solid white door.
    Isn't it funny where we get some of our ideas for quilts?

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    Beautiful detail work. This is amazing--good job!

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    How cute!

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    Beautiful quilt, love all the detail you added with your machine's stitches.

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    Great job!

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    I made up a pattern for my daughter - I hope it turns out as well a yours! :D

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    Your quilt is very pretty with nice detail.

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    Love the geometric feel!

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    How very creative...just lovely.

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    So lovely! I am planning one at the moment. I love the idea of the fancy stitches. Going to copy you on that! Thanks for showing.

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    Really great job.

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    WOW NEAT !!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rina
    So lovely! I am planning one at the moment. I love the idea of the fancy stitches. Going to copy you on that! Thanks for showing.
    Looking forward to seeing yours!

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    I'm working on a bookshelf quilt for my daughter. I hope it turns out as nice. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by musicaljan
    I'm working on a bookshelf quilt for my daughter. I hope it turns out as nice. :D
    Another one I look forward to seeing.

    Mine was a "learning by doing" quilt project, trying to get to know my new sewing machine with all its decorative stitches. I still like it but there are so many things I would do differently today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thusnelda
    I made this about two years ago. The planning and sewing was great fun and I could incorporate many of the fancy stitches of my new sewing machine.

    Edited to add that my fancy computer is so smart, that it automatically stands pictures the right way round, pity it doesn't copy them the same way into this forum.
    that is really nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thusnelda
    Quote Originally Posted by musicaljan
    I'm working on a bookshelf quilt for my daughter. I hope it turns out as nice. :D
    Another one I look forward to seeing.

    Mine was a "learning by doing" quilt project, trying to get to know my new sewing machine with all its decorative stitches. I still like it but there are so many things I would do differently today.
    I'm SO glad you are liking your new machine better!

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