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    quilting baby Dresden Plate pic

    Using the LA or DHM, I couldn't decide.

    MTB want simple retro look so I went with DHM. By the time it's finished it will have a 'mid century' look to it.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...p-t217724.html

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    ​It is looking good on your sewing machine but if I had my own long arm I would use it. Very pretty!

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    Very nice - I really like the Dresden Plate pattern.

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    So fresh and vibrant!

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    Love that pattern and the retro look. Yours is very pretty you are doing a good job.

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    I'mwith tartan. It is so much faster and easier on a longarm. It is such a pretty top.
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    nicely done
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    It will be beautiful when you are done.
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    Your quilt is very pretty and colorful. I love the way you have put the different fabrics together.

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    That is so very beautiful.
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    You have everything just right, colours... pattern...and its just beautiful.
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    What pretty fabric's & color's you have put together in your Baby Dresden Plate quilt. I love it!!
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    Coming out great!
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    That is a beautiful quilt,awesome.
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    Looks good.

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    Looks good to me.

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    I love it........ beautiful colors...

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    Beautiful quilt...I'm very interest in the light or mag light over your sewing maching...can you tell me a little about it..i'm in need of additional lighting...maybe I could us something like this.

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    I like the way it looks! You've done a great job.
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    I love the Dresden patterns.

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    Beautiful!

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    Very cute quilt! I have been wanting to do this block. Thanks for sharing yours.

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    @ post # 19, quilt queen: The light is going on forty years old. It was my DM who used it for her embroidery work.
    It came to me along with all her goodies. It is weird what becomes sentimental to us. This lamp has been in service to me about fifteen years and seen all my creativity through those years.

    It was originally purchased at a small needle craft store in Cranberry, NJ. Anybody know of it? It would be about forty years ago. I'm sure lamps like it are still available if you look in office supply stores.

    It is a floor lamp on wheels and the magnifier lamp adjusts every which way. Back then it cost somewhere in the range of $150.00.

    All that is left of the name plate is:

    Model 1450 HD

    All that is left of the company name is: Daz__ r_____ Corp. St. Louis, MO. Don't know what letters in the blank spaces are.
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    Great job...love it...

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