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    Your quilts are so beautiful and I'm sure they will be cherished.

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    A beautiful heirloom to be treasured for years to come. Wonderful job!

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    WOW! I can just imagine how difficult this was with the slippery material! Fantastic jobs!

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    Hi!Unfortunately, my English is not well!
    I use fusible interfacing onto the satin before I sew.
    I made the tree of life with a sandwich block. I wrote the pattern with air eraseble pen.
    The whole blanket made of individual blocks. I will sent(on this site) pictures for details! When I sewn a metal-thread, I used a metal-needle, I tried a lot to succeed!
    I wish you much patience and a successful, enjoyable work! I did this.

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    Hi!Unfortunately, my English is not well!
    I use fusible interfacing onto the satin before I sew.
    I made the tree of life with a sandwich block. I wrote the pattern with air eraseble pen.
    The whole blanket made of individual blocks. I will sent(on this site) pictures for details! When I sewn a metal-thread, I used a metal-needle, I tried a lot to succeed!
    I wish you much patience and a successful, enjoyable work! I did this.
    PS. If you are using a satin-cotton, no need to use fusible interfacing!
    If you need more details I will send more pictures.
    Quote Originally Posted by quilter53
    Oh my, beautiful! I have been asked to make a quilt from a satin wedding dress. Tell me how to work with the satin. Needles, stabilizers, etc.

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    All I can say is WOW.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by tothenci
    Hi!Unfortunately, my English is not well!
    I use fusible interfacing onto the satin before I sew.
    I made the tree of life with a sandwich block. I wrote the pattern with air eraseble pen.
    The whole blanket made of individual blocks. I will sent(on this site) pictures for details! When I sewn a metal-thread, I used a metal-needle, I tried a lot to succeed!
    I wish you much patience and a successful, enjoyable work! I did this.
    Each block was quilted first, as we call QUAYG? Did you machine quilt it?

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    So beautiful.

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    Just beautiful and gorgeous

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    Beautiful.

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    Beautiful satin quilt. I hope Katinka doesn't have any pets that like to share.

    Sherrie

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    What a beautiful quilt. I am sure all of this will bring much happiness to the new couple. The pillows are so lovely. Thank you for shareing this with us.

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    Gorgeous! Must have been awful to work on--was it really slippery? Sure was worth your work, though!

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    That is so very Awesome.

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    They are really beautiful! The shiny satin gives it a special look

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    Such beautiful work! Thanks for sharing.

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    All I can say is WOW! Can't imagine working with sating but you did a great job.

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    I love satin and have been thinking of doing a quilt. Yours is very beautiful. Very great job you did one it.

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    Beautiful work.

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    Absolutely gorgeous, and it must have been so difficult working with the satin. Good for you!

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    Your quilt is non other than Breathtaking. It is so beautiful.

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    These are beautiful beyond belief!
    Quote Originally Posted by tothenci
    Wedding gifts for my cousins
    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Those are absolutely georgous. They should have many happy nights under the satin covers :thumbup:

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    Wow those are beautiful was it difficult quilting on satin?

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    I use fusible interfacing onto the satin before I sew.
    I made the tree of life with a sandwich block. I wrote the pattern with air eraseble pen.
    The whole blanket made of individual blocks. I will sent(on this site) pictures for details! When I sewn a metal-thread, I used a metal-needle, I tried a lot to succeed!
    I wish you much patience and a successful, enjoyable work! I did this.
    PS. If you are using a satin-cotton, no need to use fusible interfacing!
    If you need more details I will send more pictures.
    Quote Originally Posted by asmmauer
    Wow those are beautiful was it difficult quilting on satin?

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