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Thread: My latest quilt-horrible picture sorry

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    My latest quilt-horrible picture sorry

    I am using up my scraps. Some of the scraps I have date back to the 60's, about the time I was born, I inherited them from DH's great aunt. Here is the one I started last fall. I have another black/white/gray one and a 3rd one in the works. I quilted them on my Kenquilt 622 following a panto.
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    Beautiful, great job!!!

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    Nothing wrong with those.
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    I love scrappy the are fantastic
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    way cool nice job
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    They are so cuddly. How wonderful to have those scraps from extended family and a great job on what you did with them.

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    Very nice and nice designs. Great job.
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    Great way to use up scraps. Those inherited scraps may not have been your choice of fabric but you used them well.

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    I really like the greys and the primitive look of the second quilt.

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    great way to use up fabric........quilts are very nice

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    Very nice!

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    The quilts are beautiful. The pictures still show a lot of work and beauty in those quilts.

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    great scrappy!
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    I love that you are using the scraps from family. Nice quilts and quilting!

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    You are doing a great job utilizing fabrics spanning over the years. Beautiful quilts!
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    Looking great!
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    Nice job!

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    Your husband's aunt would have been very happy to see those scraps in such lovely quilts.

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    I also own a Kenquilt 622. I have had it for years. Wore out two sets of tracks, put it in storage due to a move. I am now going to set it back up at my new location and am ordering the current type of tracks they now set on. Do you have the new type where the wheels set down into the track instead of metal wheels that set on a V track? Tell me about your machine. Do you have the nice new handles rather than having to grip it with two metal ones on the side?

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