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Thread: Latest Customer Quilt off the Frame

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    Super Member dmyers's Avatar
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    Latest Customer Quilt off the Frame

    Paula from my local quilt guild had me quilt her latest quilt. After delivery it, she informed me that she's entering it in our local quilt show. I'm glad she told me after the fact and not before.

    I'm heading off to Roads to California next week and in search of lots of inspiration.
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    You did a wonderful job on the quilting, just beautiful.
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    This is a stunning quilt! Your quilting is the 'touch' it needed! Just fabulous!
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    Beautiful! It's a winner at "my" show!

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    Gorgeous quilt, should be a winner!

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    The quilt and quilting are both beautiful! You did a great job.

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    Beautiful quilting!
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    What a gorgeous quilt!

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    Beautiful job! I would be glad not to know before quilting too, talk about pressure!

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting. Hope you finish first . Thanks for sharing.
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    Great quilting job! I especially like the diamonds... Beautiful quilt!
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    Very attractive! Looks like a winner to me!!

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    I love the way you did the quilting!

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    Your quilting is beautiful.....thanks for sharing this quilt

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    How pretty. What great quilting. It just adds so much to the design of this quilt
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    Gorgeous!!!


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    The quilt is beautiful. But, your quilting is gorgeous. I hope she does well. You did a wonderfu job!!
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    Wonderful quilt and beautiful quilting. Hope it wins.

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    Just beautiful, great job
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    Beautiful quilt. You did a fabulous job on the quilting. I, too, will be at Road to California. I'm going on Friday. Lots of inspiration there that is for sure!
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    Very pretty, looks like a winner to me!
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    Lovely job both of you!

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    How gorgeous - definitely a winner!
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    The quilting is so perfect. How do you do that? I am sure you used a ruler but still... Can you tell me how long you have been doing this? Have you taken any/many classes on longarm quilting? I don't think I will ever be that good. Straight lines are so much harder than wavy and diagonal lines are really the pits.
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    Nice job on your quilting!!!

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