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Thread: Nested churn dash quilted

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    Nested churn dash quilted

    Had to do this without a walking foot...still using my backup machine. Not perfect, but all soft and crinkled!
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    NICE How big is this? A pattern? Your quilting is nice!!

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    Very nice. Could we see an overall pic?
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    ​Really cute quilted!

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    very nice job

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    Sorry...i had posted this block in progress with the info. It is a 24" block. Here is a link to the pattern creator's blog regarding the nested churn dash. My block isn't wonky-it was windy outside!

    http://www.quiltjane.com/2014/06/nes...arted.html?m=1
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    Very nice. Excellent use of the serpentine stitch for the quilting.

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    It's very nice, and I love the fabrics you used.
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    Really pretty, and I love the crinkley-ness
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    Nicely done!
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    very nice. you did a great job on the quilting.

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    Very pretty block. BrendaK
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    nicely done
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    I really like the pattern and your quilt is lovely.

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    It came out fantastic!
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    very nice and nice quilting!
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    That is such a neat pattern.

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    That is just lovely.
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    Gorgeous. Well done on the quilting on your back up machine.

    Thanks for the pattern link.

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    You did a wonderful job! I can't imagine it looking any better if you had been able to use a walking foot...
    Thanks for the pattern link, too...
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    Beautiful. I too like the crinkly look.

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    I really like this. Thanks for share the size and full picture. Churn Dash is one of my favorite blocks. May have to try the nesting one.

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    Like this alot!

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