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Thread: front of quilting class quilt

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    Senior Member wannaquilt1's Avatar
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    I'm finished piecing the front of my quilt! I'm really happy with it and I want to go ahead and do the borders but I'm gonna be a good girl and wait :)

    Here are 2 pics.. one in the planning layout and one after I sewed the rows how I actually did them :)

    this is how i had it planned out
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    this is how I sewed it
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    Looking good. Those are pretty colors.

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    Got it. Love it. Great work.

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    :thumbup:

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    The way you sewed it makes it much more interesting, I think. I like your colors, too. Green and yellow are my two favorite colors.

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    Great job so far!! Can't wait to see what it looks like with the borders.

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    I like the way you sewed it! It's pretty!

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    well, you got a completely different pattern, but it still looks good. no one will know you planned it a different way.

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    yes, that's very nice. i like how you sewed it.

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    You can always start another one to add borders to before your next class. ( I am smiling)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandma58
    You can always start another one to add borders to before your next class. ( I am smiling)
    LOL I love it! Yes, that's what I'm going to do tonight.. you read my mind! LOL

    Yeah, I planned it and then when I sewed the first 2 rows I screwed up and did it that way and liked it so instead of ripping it out I re- planned it. So I guess I didn't explain it well, I planned it and then decided to sew it different... I didn't just screw it up when I sewed it LOL Although I could totally see me doing that and saying "oh well" LOL

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    Pretty quilt. Love those colors.

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    Awesome work! Can't wait to see more :D:D:D

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    Looks wonderful!!! Be sure to show us the finished quilt :)

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