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Thread: First all Feather Quilt done!

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    Junior Member linynp's Avatar
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    Seriously? Free hand?!!!! Only the fourth?!!! Amazing!!!!! I bow

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    Fantastic quilting,, for your 4th quilt you need no more lessons,,

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    Thanks all for the kudo's! I've had several PM's wanting to know what class this was. If you go to post#55, there are the links for it. For those of you with longarms, I just got & read a book you'd be interested in. Mastering the art of longarm quilting by Gina Perkes. Great tips! Excellent designs! I got it from Amazon for @ $20. It takes you from novice to expert in one book.

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    Thanks for sharing this site,, it is great!

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    WOW. Your work is great!

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    Oh My Cindy, that is gorgeous....I so envy someone that talent and that they have a long arm!!! BTW are you on another board and doing swaps???? Just finished a summer one??

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    It looks beautiful and as a newbie on the longarm, I can appreciate the effort your feathers took!

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    DebbieG, yes, I'm on two other boards. My Quilt Place & Quilter's Club of America & yes, I did just finish a summer charm swap, needlecase exchange here & pincushion swap. In the works is the calendar swap (turkey's), table topper swap & transportation swap. Haven't started the last 2 yet. Plus have 2 classes to prepare for that are coming up soon. I teach at a LQS.

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    Outstanding! You are an A+ student!!
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    Beautiful quilt! Love your colors and your feathers!

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    Simply marvelous!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    No need for gentleness, that is beautiful.

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    I think you did a real nice job on it. Don't belittle your work.

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    Beautiful quilt -great quilting.
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    WOW!!! Beautiful!!!!!

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    Well done!! You did a great job.

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    ....ALL freehand?! you go girl!! its wonderful!
    katz

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    Wow what a fantastic quilt

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    Beautiful!! This is my dream

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    Beautiful quilting!! I am learning to long arm quilt too. It's not as easy as it looks.

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    What's to be gentle about??? You did an awesome job!!!!! I know that when you are quilting your nose is right there seeing all the not-so-perfect wiggles and oops, but when we are looking at the quilt as a whole, we see NONE of them!!! Guess all of us quilters need to remember that! I know I have actually used a magnifying glass to look at my quilting, now I am shaking my head and wondering why!!!

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    Looking good, just imagine where you can go from here. Wow

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    You may have already posted the answer, but I'm not good about reading through all the comments, especially 10 pages worth. What class are you taking?
    I don't know how in the world you made such perfect circles with FMQ and no templates. I am in awe!

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    see post #55 for where I did the lesson. I did it all free hand, but I did draw some guidelines on the quilt to get me started. Especially the circles!
    Thanks FarmQuilter....I needed that reminder!

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    Where am I going from here, someone asked? Oh! The possibilities are endless!!

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