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Thread: Quilt #1

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    It's cute! The baby will love it and treasure it!

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    Well it looks great! I am thinking of this same quilt block for a baby boy on the way. It's either that or cowboys. I haven't quite decided yet.

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    I love your sailboats....you did a fabulous job.

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    You were brave to use triangle in your first quilt. It turned out great. Now on to the second.....they get easier as you go along.....

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    when i find a pin with a big plastic head: i hit the head with a hammer and it 'dissolves'....then i can work the pin thru the fabric.

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    It is great and no one would ever know your agony over it. I love quilting and know how hard it is sometimes to get it just the way you want it. Beautiful work.:)

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    That is SOOOO far beyond my first quilt. You have every reason to be proud of your work. I am very impressed with it and you.

    BTW, even those of us who have quilted for a while make those mistakes. What I have done to remove a pin was to snip the seam to work the pin out, then sew it up again by hand.

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    Never thought of that. Great idea. Thanks.

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    Your quilt looks great.you did a great job.she will love it.

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    Great ships! What a cute quilt

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    really cute!!

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