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Thread: A cute little boy quilt.

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    Super Member rosemaynes's Avatar
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    I was given this quilt to do the longarming on, by a friend of my Mom. The quilt was blocks that all had a nursery rhyme theme to them. So I finally got to use my nursery rhyme pattern. I quilted "Hay Diddle Diddle". The pattern has the cow jumping over the moon, the dish and the spoon and the cat and the fiddle.
    Thanks for taking a look.
    Rose

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    You did a great job on it. I think they will like what you have done with it too. :)

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    Cute! Love your quilting!!!

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    I see a lot of fancy quilting like this. Just wondering how you do that? Just a beginner with a lot of questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewfine
    I see a lot of fancy quilting like this. Just wondering how you do that? Just a beginner with a lot of questions.
    I have a Gammill Statler and it is computerized. So in this case I tell the computer what the size of the quilt is and ALMOST it does the rest. ;)
    Rose

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    Super cute quilting pattern! Suits the pretty quilt perfectly!

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    Super cute quilting pattern! Suits the pretty quilt perfectly!

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    Very cute

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    :thumbup:

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    Very cute~!

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    Great job quilting. Cute quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosemaynes
    Quote Originally Posted by Sewfine
    I see a lot of fancy quilting like this. Just wondering how you do that? Just a beginner with a lot of questions.
    I have a Gammill Statler and it is computerized. So in this case I tell the computer what the size of the quilt is and ALMOST it does the rest. ;)
    Rose
    Gosh I need "automated artistry"....I really do like what you have done with it.....computerized or not.

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    That is so cute!!! I like nursery rhyme quilts. Keep up the good work.

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    That is so cute!!! I like nursery rhyme quilts. Keep up the good work.

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    Did you design the quilting pattern?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilticing
    Did you design the quilting pattern?
    No. It is a Kim Diamond pattern.

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    Super special!

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    Adorable

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    Great job

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    very cute quilt love the way you quilted it
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