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Thread: A Quilter's Quilt - Embroidery Design

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    Swap Hosts Krystyna's Avatar
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    Just when I promised myself that I would not buy any new designs this week -- got an email this morning featuring a new embroidery design for a quilter's quilt. How cute is this? It has 15 text designs. Here are two of them and a link to the rest http://www.charmingstation.com/Speci...ecials191.html
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    You need to do something nice for yourself. Go ahead and get them.

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    I did! Members of her email group get a 25% discount. A quilt for me, and one for my quilting sister, too!

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    those are nice, thanks for sharing

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    You are a bad bad bad girl.... :lol: Oh my, I went to the site and promptly joined the yahoo group...Bring new to embroidery, wow is all I can say


    :thumbup: Thanks for the link...however my credit card does not LMAO

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    I'll PM you later with a list of where you can find TONS of free embroidery designs.

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    Oh thank-you thank-you very much....I have to say that my Janome 350E is got to be the easiest machine to use...Grant it I haven't had to resize or split patterns yet...but so far wow...I used a Sun Bonnet Sue redwork design in the sashing strips on a baby quilt I'm working on and wow...I'm impressed with myself how well the strips turned out...I found the design free on Amazing Design site.....

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    I'd be snapping those up pretty quick if I had the equipment.
    So it's a must-do for you!! :)

    I'd been thinking how nice it would be to do a quilt with sayings ... though written by hand just doesn't seem to be the way to go.

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