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Thread: Finished Miniature/Small Whole Cloth

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    Finished Miniature/Small Whole Cloth

    Finished! So happy to be able to share this, my first small whole cloth.

    Yesterday I bought a bias tape maker...today I play on new projects!
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    That is an amazing outcome! Awesome job!
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    GORGEOUS! You did a beautiful job!
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    wow beautiful

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    Thank you!
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    FABULOUS work!
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    Well, Didn't this turn out just a bit over fabulous!

    Love it!
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    Beautiful! Since I am new to quilting, this is way beyond my imagination. I can't even comprehend how long something like this would take. I'm in awe!
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    Gorgeous quilt! You do fantastic work!
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    Klaws - this took some time, I have 8 hours in marking alone and a lot of it was unmarked free hand filler work. This was done on my long arm so that's the fast version! However - like anything - if you love what you're doing it's no time at all!
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    Awesome job!

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    You took to longarming like a duck to water. Beautiful.
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    oooooohhhh!!! Pretty!! You did a great job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK View Post
    You took to longarming like a duck to water. Beautiful.
    Thank you! That is such a huge compliment. I love it!
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    nicely done
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    Looks to me like you are coming along swiftly. That is amazing and so beautiful.

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    That is lovely.
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    Thank you all!!
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    love the quilting... wow

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    Amazing quilting!!
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    You are going great guns with that new machine. Congrats. I noticed all those tiny pebbles. And it made me wonder if you kept track of time. I got a stop watch at Walmart for $10, well that was $10 five years ago. I velcroed it on my machine and start it when I come in the room and stop it when I leave so I can keep track of time on a quilt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by debcavan View Post
    You are going great guns with that new machine. Congrats. I noticed all those tiny pebbles. And it made me wonder if you kept track of time. I got a stop watch at Walmart for $10, well that was $10 five years ago. I velcroed it on my machine and start it when I come in the room and stop it when I leave so I can keep track of time on a quilt.
    That is a great idea Deb. I have been loosely keeping track of time but I should really pay closer attention. I want to guess I have 36 hours in this quilt? It could be more or less though. I am fortunate in that I have the freedom to quilt as long or as little as I'd like because I stay home. I worked on this daily for about a week - but I'm not really sure how many hours that was!
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    You did a beautiful job!
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    That is stunning!!!!!!!!!
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    ​Wow, great quilt! I love white on white quilts.

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