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Thread: The quilt that broke my machine!

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    The quilt that broke my machine!

    Close to the end of quilting my machine broke. It's in the sewing machine hospital right now. Hopefully it's just a minor fix. Can't wait to get it back and get this quilt finished and in the mail to grandson.
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    SS. Very Nice quilt.
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    I believe the quilt is innocent ;-)
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    Beautiful quilt! Sorry about your machine problems, hope it's an easy (inexpensive) fix!

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    The quilt is lovely, hope you get the machine back quicly so you can finishit.
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    The quilt is gorgeous. I hope the sewing machine cooperates!!

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    nicely done... sorry about your machine
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    I feel your pain. My embroidery machine had a problem when I was finishing a label for the last quilt for Christmas. I haven't taken it into the shop yet. Beautiful quilt.

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting. I hope it is just a small problem with your machine. I hate to wait for repairs.
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    Ditto l too believe the quiet is innoscent

    nice quilt and quilting

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    Looks gorgeous! Great job.
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    Terrific quilt! Your DGS will love it! Bummer about your machine, and hope it is returned home quickly!
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    Beautiful quilt and quilting. Hope it is a minor repair.

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    What a manly quilt! No wonder it broke your machine.

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    Beautifu quilt!!!! Hope your machine is home soon!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK View Post
    I believe the quilt is innocent ;-)
    I wholeheartedly agree! LOL
    Retired teacher, loving it.
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    Lovely quilt! Best wishes for the safe and timely return of your machine.
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    bad, bad machine, hehe. nice quilt

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    great boy colors-good color combo
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    hopefully it is a minor problem and you can complete your task. Show us when is it finished.

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    Aww, why blame the quilt? I think it's too pretty to be guilty of anything. Surely you're the culprit!

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    Very lovely quilt and job. Let's hope you get your trusted friend back quickly.

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    I love your colors! What pattern did you use?

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    Very pretty quilt....I am sorry to hear about your machine...Iknow how it feels since mine caught fire while sewing a denium quilt.....I know how much you must miss it...Hope you get her home soon....

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    That is a very manly looking quilt!! Great colors for a young man.
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