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Thread: New and still learning

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    I am new to Quilting and I don't have my work schudele dose not allow me the time to sign up for classes but . .. Every quilt I make I learn more abut thing I can do and things I can not. so for so good the Tiger Quilt is different because the tiger is almost 3D I wish I could show it in the photo

    This one had more Mistakes but It turned out nice
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    This I Made for my brother and his wife for christmas
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    Made For A dear freind
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    good job
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    I am not new but I am still learing I thing you can learen something no matter how much we know NEVA

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    Wow those are beautiful.........You might be new but we would never know it :D

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    Very Nice, and very creative. How did you get the color in the tiger's eye's and it's nose. Here's a site you might be interested in looking at, Go to www.quiltuniversity.com

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    The tiger , its eyes and the nose I embrodered with my sewing machine I just changed the color of the thread for what i needed.

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    terrific job on all the quilts My sister in law would love the Indian quilt Thanks for the idea See we learn something new everyday. It's a never ending process

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    i STARD A NEW QUILT THIS MORNING i AM TAKEING ALL SMALL PICTURES i HAVE OF MY dd vADA AND HER FAMILY on printer then cut them in 4-1/2 sques and make a block that is a butter fly and some blocks with farber that is a color butter fly the blocks with picters be made my back ground that is peach Now that my plan see if it go way I plan NEVA

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    Be sure to post a picture, Neva.

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    curious as too what machine yiu are using. was that a computerized embroidery or free flow on the tiger etc. I am feeling very inspired. and excited to get quilting thanks for sharing.

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    I am using a brother CS 6000 it is not an embrodering machine. I did the tiger free hand I found a tiger I likes on the net and blew it up to a 8 by 10 size. Then I projected it on my wall and traced it out on to wax paper. Next I out lined it and filled in the tiger. By the way the fabric is acualy the back not the front (I used a scrap from the one with the roses on it.)

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    Those are beautiful.

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    Great work :!: :!: :!:

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    Those are all beautiful

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    very interesting.... what is the technique

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