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Thread: Double Slice Throw Quilt

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    Junior Member Gayle8675309's Avatar
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    Double Slice Throw Quilt

    I finished this quilt recently. It isn't a big favorite for me, but I used a Christmas layer cake so it will be my Christmas time couch quilt. This is my first quilt that I free motion quilted on my new Janome Horizon 8200, it went very well.

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    Pretty! I love the fabrics.
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    Well done!

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    nicely done
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    you did a nice job!!!!
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    I have made about 4 or 5. I'm not sure you have it laid out as Jenny does her's. It is easy to lay them out wrong. I love the pattern.
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    Great job! That will be so nice on the couch for the holidays
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    A nice holiday quilt, somewhat non traditional, even though it is shades of red and green.
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    I really like it. Great job!
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    Very pretty fabrics, and it looks like you're doing very well with the quilting too.

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    Looks great!
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    Love the fabrics you chose.

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    Your quilt looks great! I love this pattern and I have made 3 quilts with this pattern. It makes great use for scrappy fabric pieces.

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    Great quilt!
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