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Thread: I am learning to "feather" Free hand...

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    you are an artist!!

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    It looks wonderful!! Good for you!

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    Beautiful job.

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    Your work is beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luce321
    Just beautiful. I tried longarm quilting at a quilt show one time and was just facinated with it. Wish I had a longarm.
    Me too!!!!!

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    good job

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    Great job!! I'd so like to learn to do that fancy work, but haven't gathered the courage yet. Good for you that you have and done so well!!

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    Beautiful work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becky Crafts
    Great job!! I'd so like to learn to do that fancy work, but haven't gathered the courage yet. Good for you that you have and done so well!!
    Hi Becky,
    I used the paper that is wraped around the huge bolts of Warm & Natural batting to "doodle" I have drawn countless "feathers, swirls, vines etc." The length of the paper and width is perfect for this and I am recycling at the same time. And on paper there is no regrets I will have to "rip out" what is sloppy :thumbup: It can be so fun and relaxing...goo for it and be adventurious. :thumbup: :-D :shock:

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    Awesome!

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    Loks like you are doing VERY WELL!! Nice job!

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    Looks great!!! Keep up the good work.

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    Beautiful! I'm jealous!

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    You seem to be doing a great job...and having fun to boot!
    Keep it up!

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