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Thread: Mar Jen for error quilt

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    Super Member ceannastahr's Avatar
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    this is a pick of the quilt I'm working on with an online class also the fabris I'm using
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    it's going to be great, can't wait to see it, I see you chose one that gave you another excuse to use the embroidery machine,eh.

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    yes Kathy got to use that machine I think it gets as much if not more of a work out then my sewing machine

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    I love watching quilts come together from start to finish.

    Thank you for including your planning page. This has given me insight to another way of planning than what I currently do which is to just jump in with my eyes closed and be surprised if something turns out okay! :D

    Your planned quilt looks lovely. Keep posting updates, please.

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    That is a pretty quilt. I like the blues and yellows you've picked out to use in yours. Can't wait to see the finished product.

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    It is going to be beautiful...

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    Well this is surely a diamond in the rough. I can not wait to see how this all comes together. It's gonna be a winner for sure!! Keep the pics coming as you do more. I like to see it in progress. :)

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    very nice and what beautiful fabric.............what an odd name for something so wonderful..........you are doing a great job :P

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    I think the name is a play on their combined names which are
    Marti Michell and Jenny haskins MAR JEN (margin)

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    That is going to be so pretty. I was wondering , how well would the embroiderys hold up on a quilt --with washings and the usual wear and tear? or should they just be for delicate use? Elaine

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    I have a few smaller ones with emb that are used all the time

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    Wow ceanna, love your fabric choices, the blues and yellows are beautiful. Your flowers are so pretty, too. Can't wait to see the whole thing :D :D :D

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    That's going to be one awesome quilt with all those blues and yellows, love your embroidered rose too, can't wait to see it all together :P

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    :roll: :lol: :shock: :D I love those fabrics can't wait to see it STUNNING Esther

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    Wow! Love the Dresden Plate one. Thanks for sharing

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    Here are the first 2 fan blocks the fans are differnt in both blocks. I still have to do the decorative stiching around the fans
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    Very pretty, love the fussy cut fan blades! :D :D :D

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