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Thread: fixed quilt sold it

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    Senior Member dolores's Avatar
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    here is a picture of the quilt I messed up. fixed it and sold it and she wanted pillow shams so here are a couple of pictures.
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    Snuggleumptious! Those pillow shams are classy- love it all- well done.

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    So pretty...Congrats on the sale

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    Beautiful :-P

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    Quote Originally Posted by noveltyjunkie
    Snuggleumptious! Those pillow shams are classy- love it all- well done.
    Well said - love the word you used - snuggleumptious! LOL

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    Thanks alot. I was worried. when she saw the quilt she was grinning from ear to ear.

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    Beautiful quilt and pillow shams

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    Very very pretty!

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    Alright !!

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    very nice

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    The double sashing looks great with the scrappy Dresden plates. Good idea and a very nice quilt.

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    Gorgeous!! Looks like a lot of work but worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter68
    The double sashing looks great with the scrappy Dresden plates. Good idea and a very nice quilt.
    Agreed!

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    Very pretty, I'm glad she liked it. Good luck on the sale.

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    LOVE IT!!! so have to ask? What did you do "wrong".... before you had to redesigned to this beauty??

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    I done FMQ in the sashing and it got a pucker in it and had to take the foot off and tried to cut the threads and ripped a hole in it. I picked out all the stitching in that area and it had a big hole in it. Luckly it was close to the seam, it also had extra fabic when I took the basting out as I quilted it. So I had almost the whole quilt done before I had this disaster. I spray starched the area and patted down the excess and folded over and hand sewed a new seam then done the fmq on it. When I saw that hole I thought it was ruined but after I got done. You couldn't even tell where it was.

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    Love the quilt and shams!! I am not usually a fan of Dresden plates but am a fan of scrappy, you may just have converted me :thumbup:

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    Ireally like the way you quilted it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Really love that way you quilted it too, very pretty quilt!

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