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Thread: Dragonfly Tablerunner and Candle mats

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    Senior Member grannyoquilting's Avatar
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    I did 36 of these and I'm not sure I like Dragonflies to much anymore. My DH keeps asking aren't you done with those yet????? My feeling exactly!!!! I do think they are cute though! Thanks for looking! :lol:
    So sorry forgot the picture. :oops:

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    Pics ????

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    36 ?!? Wow! They are really lovely.

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    WOw, the quilting looks great. How did you that?

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    Love your quilting :mrgreen: Very pretty fabric :thumbup:

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    Lovely quilting.

    Are they for a QAYG project?
    If not, then for what? ;-)

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    Love the quilting and the colors

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    Great quilting....I love dragonflies!

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    Your quilting looks great. Stocking up for Christmas presents already?

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    I used my long arm and put them all on the backing and batting as I went. :P

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    For 2 friends of mine. They did the piecing and I did the quilting. Each one seperate as I went along. I think they are giving as gifts etc.

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    beautiful quilting and motif. Did you design it?

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    That is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I love the colors

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    They are beautiful but I can see why you would be a bit burnt out after that many.

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    Quilting is fantastic!

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    Such pretty quilting, great work. I am doing 30 squares like this as a quilt as you go except I'm doing each square with different quilting as it is a practice for me, I am still new to FMQ.

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    They are pretty.

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    Pretty.

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    Thank you so much for your wonderful comments. I'm still a little new to this long arm quilting. I do so enjoy the quilting. Love seeing all the different things you can do. Thanks again. :-D

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