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    Quote Originally Posted by ThreadHead
    Yes, it was the X and Y --- I sent it to my brother and he didn't see it either. My sister sent me an e-mail telling me to go back to school and practice my ABC's, so my brother sent it back and I fixed it. What an embarrassment.
    thiink my first grade teaching came out for this one ;-) It really is a very cute quilt. :thumbup:

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    I love them. And you made your own alphabet! How cute!

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    Hello and welcome. Love your work.

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    All look great but I do love that "SUE"

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    What digitizer program did you use? I have a Babylock Ellegante and am just starting to use the embroidery. Didn't get any classes so I'm learning as I go.

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    The pink one is super sweet. Your quilts are fun to look at!

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    they are are all super nice!

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    All three are darling; I especially like the car quilt. New design to me...just wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

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    Great job. I too embroidery blocks and quilt squares. It's a good marriage between both crafts!

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    Lovely quilts! And welcome to the board! :)

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    Adorable quilts. Fabulous sewing, maybe I see an X before y so what! All men are xy. It is only women that are xx so it is okay.

    The Sunbonnet Sue is my favorite.

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    Very nice--I did spot the mistake--glad for do-over!! Keep up the great work!

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    Very nice!

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    Great quilts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by janjanq
    What digitizer program did you use? I have a Babylock Ellegante and am just starting to use the embroidery. Didn't get any classes so I'm learning as I go.
    It was the pes digitizing program that comes with the Babylock.
    Once you get what you want in your design, sew it out on a piece of muslin for testing.

    Tweeking your design is the key to perfection.

    It means you will have to go back to the last two steps in Design Center, make corrections, take it back to Layout and save.

    Do your sizing when going from Design to Layout.

    If you try to take a 4x5 size down to a 2x2 size once you are already in Layout you will have too many stitches and the design will curl up----not good.
    Syl

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    Your quilts are wonderful.

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    All beautiful.

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    Your quilts are really beautiful. Good job on the digitizing. I know how challenging that can be.

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    They are all adorable!

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    OH my goodness, those are great, you do good no great work.

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    Haa. X and Y transposed. Did I find it?
    Cute quilt.

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    Yes, x & Y were reversed, but I fixed it. lol

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    Very nice job on all 3. Yes, I found it, but "Y" mention it here. :roll: :P

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    I like the alphabet one.

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    All pretty. I didn't see the mistake so you covered it good.

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