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Thread: Machine embroidered blocks from a swap!

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    Machine embroidered blocks from a swap!

    Glad to have this UFO done. I will donate it to our local fire dept for their spring fundraiser!
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    Vary pretty.Pretty blue

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    Your snowflakes are beautiful! I'm sure your quilt will raise a lot of money for the fire department. Good job!

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    Sew beautiful. Do you embroidery first or cut your blocks, sew them, then embroidery? I am having a hard time centering mines. I have a Husqvarna Viking H/Class 500E. Any tips would be helpful.

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    Pretty, pretty, delicate snowflakes. Love it. Peggy
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    I embroider them and then cut to size.

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    very well done -love the snowflakes
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    Very beautiful
    Love how delicate it looks.

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    Very soothing, yet contemporary looking! Kudos!
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    Lovely. Should be a great fund raiser. Nice work. Thank you for sharing.
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    It's beautiful! Some lucky person will love it!!!

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    Very pretty quilt. The snowflakes are really lovely.

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    Great blocks - they remind me of my old spirograph I had as a kid!
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    Your snowflakes are beautiful !!!!
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    Ooooh! Love the blue.

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    Lovely quilt. How can you part with blocks from a swap?!!!!!!

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    Very beautiful

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    I parted with these as I had doubles!

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    Very nice, and since that seems to be as close to 'winter' as we're going to get this year ...
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    Wow, that is fantastic. What beautiful work. Wish I had an embroidery machine. That looks like fun.

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    Beautiful and the red binding is the icing on the cake. Thank you for sharing

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