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Thread: First Project with Renae's Rays

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    First Project with Renae's Rays

    I wanted to start small. I do Stitch in Ditch a lot but other than that not much ruler work. I love freemotion. I am planning on using the Mini ray to design quilts that can frame my painting on quilts.

    This was fun. If you are thinking of getting the Renae's Rays, get the mini rays first.

    The background of the butterfly is quilted with green thread to make the butterfly show up better.
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    WOW Beautiful!

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    That is stunning, and what beautiful work!

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    That is simply beautiful!! Great job!

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    Wow, absolutely stunning!!!!
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    WOW! Great job.
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    Fabulous - stunning quilting!!

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    That sure is a beautiful design, Deb! Great work!!!
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    Great work Deb - it's gorgeous! I've been looking at that tool too, she has such great ideas.
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    Quilting knocked my socks off!! Gorgeous!
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    Wow! Beautiful!!!
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    WOW!!! It is Beautiful!!!

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    Yum!! I have been eyeing Renae's Rays but need to see them in person. On the web they look more like a marking/design tool that you would use to mark the quilt first. But you describe them like a template. Or do you mark using Renae's rays then use your normal ruler to follow the marked rays? Did you use this tool to mark your circle for your feather wreath as well?

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    oh geesh....that is fabulous. great job.
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    Just beautiful!!!

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    Wow! Gorgeous!
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    WOW Deb - this is absolutely fantastic. You wanted to "start small"??? I think not....this is gorgeous. How long did it take you??
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    Wow, that is great quilting. How did you learn to do that beautiful feather wreath? I would also like to know how to use the rays.

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    Gorgeous! Beautiful design!

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    Absolutely gorgeous.
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    Love the feathered butterfly! It's all just beautiful!

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    that is absolutely GORGEOUS

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    WOW - Just beautiful, great job and thank you for sharing,
    Have a Blessed day
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    Just gorgeous!
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    Exquisitely beautiful!

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