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Thread: Sneak Peek

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    Super Member Quilting Aggi's Avatar
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    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! all I can say is WOW!!!!

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    OMG Shadow...it's absolutely beautiful!! Your description made it sound sooo pretty, but words just can't describe it! Beauty in it's purest form is as close as I can get to an accurate description! Just like it's creator! You have soooo much talent, thanks so much for sharing it with us!

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    Shadow........I love your quilts........I just do not understand how you turn out so many so quickly........You make me tired just looking at all of your production........it is unbelievable.......I need to purchase a machine embroidery book and see what I am doing wrong to make mine pucker around the design.......I use the needlw size they recommend, use stabilizer.....don't know what I am doing wrong.......but your work is beautiful.....

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    Girl, didn't take you long to get that embroidery thing down. Isn't it fun. I made my little gs a camo & related colors quilt with different animals on it. Haven't quilted it yet but sre turned out cute. His daddy wants it too. Love your patterns, they are so pretty. My gd would love it. Pink is her color.

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    Hey Sew & Sew, just read your post. My teacher says that the more stitches there are, use more stabilizer. The quilt I just finished had pictures with over 20,000 stitches so I used 1 layer on the hoop & floated 3 more under it. Worked a lot better. I found out thru trial & error that sometimes more is better.

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    That is beautiful. Is it going to be a table runner or a quilt. I love the colors. Could you post some close up pictures of the blocks. I would love to see your embroidery. You do such wonderful work. Giving that new machine a work out.

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    Awesome Awesome and Awesome!!!! What kind of embroidery machine do you have? Your work is spectacular!!

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    Beautiful!

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    Love it Shadow! You're making great use of that embroidery machine. Have you tried it for outline quilting yet? That's what I bought 4D software to do.

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    I love that color and the design is great...love it :D

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