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Thread: A customer quilt that I quilted a year or so ago

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    One of my first attempts at totally custom quilting, I did this one a year or so ago... I really like the way it turned out

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    Lyn, that is gorgeous work!! You LA quilters amaze me!!! :D
    Thanks for sharing!!

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    beautiful! i don't see the same quilting patterns over and over. you are all so creative.

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    You should be proud of this..
    Give yourself a BIG pat on the back!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by camlyn
    One of my first attempts at totally custom quilting, I did this one a year or so ago... I really like the way it turned out
    It's awesome. Did you do it freehand or are you computerized? What kind of longarm do you have? If you did this freehand--it's REALLY awesome. Even if you are computerized, you still had to come up with the design.

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    All of my work is free hand, I did use a guide so the spines were all the same tho...

    Quote Originally Posted by aborning
    Quote Originally Posted by camlyn
    One of my first attempts at totally custom quilting, I did this one a year or so ago... I really like the way it turned out
    It's awesome. Did you do it freehand or are you computerized? What kind of longarm do you have? If you did this freehand--it's REALLY awesome. Even if you are computerized, you still had to come up with the design.

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    TRULY GORGEOUS WORK!!! I wish you were closer to me so I could hire your services more easily! :D

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    That is awesome!

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    ditto what everyone else said and a WOW too...... I realy think it's a wonderful job.

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    Really awesome job!!!

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    Wow again. she really had a lot of white space to quilt. great job!!

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    Beautiful quilting!!

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    Great work!

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    Beautiful work!!

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    Gorgeous work!

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    Good morning,
    thank you for the wonderful comments. I do have customers that ship their quilts to me. I have never had any problems with the mail system. They usually send top and back, buy the batting from me, I talk to them on the phone to get an idea of what they see on their quilts..
    Just in case!! :-D
    Thank you again,
    Lyn

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