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Thread: Downy Quilt - Done

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    Finished up the kit - now need to finish up the extra one.
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    What wonderful fabrics....Great cause:)

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    Beautiful

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    Nice!

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    it is so pretty!!!

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    Only did straight stitch on it because I don't know how to do FMQ. Not ready to try that yet...lol.

    Just glad my little machine was good to me and didn't have any tension problems during the quilting process.

    Thankfully my bobbin ran out of thread at good points along the way...like right when I finished a line...what are the chances of that happening!

    Happy to have it completed and hope to order another kit next month after I come back from my trip up north.

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    Very cute

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    Super Member fabric whisperer's Avatar
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    a lot of us just do the big diagonal X for our quilting, its quick, easy, and actually looks nice for the kids quilts :)

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    Great job!

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    Very pretty quilt.

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    Very pretty!

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    Super job

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    I think as long as the quilting is substantial it's ok. I just received another kit last week; this one is in greens and browns. I'll post a picture when I'm done.

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    Love the fabric and the colors. Aww heck, I love it all!

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    Love your pattern and color choice.

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    very pretty quilt. nice job.

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    Very pretty!

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    Very cute and nicely done.

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    Adorable quilt :D:D:D

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    I finally got my two quilts mailed off today. I was able to put them both in a Priority Mail Shoebox Size box and it shipped for $7.80 + 70cents delivery confirmation...so that was cheaper than using the medium size flat rate box.

    My box weighed 2lbs, 12.30 oz.

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