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Thread: My 1st Queen Quilt - quilt pattern is named "Amazing"

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    You did a fantastic job on your first machine quilted quilt - it's gorgeous.

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    Great job!!!

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    Awesome in everyway...did you long arm the quilting, the pillowcases are a great idea !

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    Very nice.

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    Great job...both the quilt and the quilting!!!!
    There is no place like home!

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    Excellent!!!!

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    very nice!!!!
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    Great job on the quilt and the quilting! Love your pillow cases!

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    Exactly what I would say!

    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic View Post
    I love the texture you gave this. The colors in the quilt are pretty and the matching pillow cases are the perfect finishing touch.

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    That is so cool. I love your colors.
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    Thanks everyone for being so kind in your comments. I'm so happy right now that someone like it.

    The quilt pattern is called Amazing. In answer to the long-arm question, I did it on a mid-arm machine (Bailey) at a sit-down table that came with it. It has a 15-inch throat. This machine could go on a frame, but I don't have room for a frame at the moment. So sit-down it is. Not sad about it though, because I had such fun.

    And, yes, it is wonderful to learn something new.

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    Like that you made matching pillow slips for the quilt. Makes it look very together. I have been looking for a pattern that does not make my king sized bed look like such a behemoth. This one looks pretty good. The work is just "amazing." Love it!

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    very lovely quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Great job!

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    Very nice! Great job quilting, too!
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    I love the texture. Makes me want to just sit and rub my hands over it.

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    Hi Dray,
    I love this quilt, and your work completing it. I would like to find out more about the pattern - can you please let me know a little more detail, like designer or publisher/distributor? I am having trouble finding it on line with only the title!
    Thanks,
    GEMRM

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    Nice; what a good idea to make matching pillowcases instead of shams.

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    You did great with the quilting! Very pretty quilt.

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    Love this quilt. The pattern is one of my favs'. The border is awesome and the simple quilting is very contemporary.
    peace
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    Quote Originally Posted by GEMRM View Post
    Hi Dray,
    I love this quilt, and your work completing it. I would like to find out more about the pattern - can you please let me know a little more detail, like designer or publisher/distributor? I am having trouble finding it on line with only the title!
    Thanks,
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    Waiting too :O)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingle View Post
    Waiting too :O)
    Would anyone familiar with this pattern be willing to share the info?

    Thanks

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    A very pretty quilt done exceptionally well. Congratulations on your quilting accomplishments.

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    I agree with everyone else, it's beautiful

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    beautiful looks like a pattern called I spy with a twist lisa moore but only bigger I made this in Thomas train for gs here is the link Vhttp://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...s-t201385.html Gale
    Last edited by grma33; 05-17-2013 at 02:25 AM.

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