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Thread: So excited, my FMQing is finally coming around

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    Super Member mtkoldra's Avatar
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    your stitches are perfect

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    Wonderful quilting! I am also grateful to feline fanatic for her encouragement. You are obviously a natural at this-thank you for sharing-gives me hope to keep pushing myself!

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    Very nice quilting and isn't that success a good feeling, keep on having fun with it !!

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    Fantastic!!!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    looks like a great job was done here. keep up the beautiful work , looking forward to seeing your next one.....

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    Fabulous job.
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    The quilt is super cute and the quilting just makes it better. Nice job.

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    your quilting is absolutely amazing. great!
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    WOW is right!! You are inspiring! I've been studying, "mentally" practicing and saving every idea I could find....and maybe I just might get around to actually trying it soon! The "loopy" design around the hippo is one that seemed do-able and is on the list to try first. The way you quilted each element differently is genius! Are there two because the colors in the detail pic are different. Would LOVE to see detail pics of each of them...too much to ask, I know. You are certainly not a beginner any more!!

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    Beautiful! I am going to try my hand at FMQ soon

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    P.S. I found that I can save an enlarged pic if I right click on the pic and then on View Image...it allows me to enlarge it and save it that way. Sometimes this will work and sometimes not....don't know why! But then when I came back in to look at it again, the detail pic is black/blanked out. This happens too often too and I wonder why! I'll try again later and maybe it will show then.

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    OK lady this is one super quilt. Love your quilting and the quilting made a cute panel an awesome quilt. You are good. Give yourself some slack. I can't see myself being that good after so few quilts. Looking forward to your next one. BrendaK
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    I am so very impressed. I just do not see me ever achieving that level of expertise. Like stitchingcrazy, I frequently sew myself into a corner!
    Fay

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    Your work is beautiful! Love this panel too.
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    AWESOME! Keep up the FMQ!

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    wow your quilting is awesome,love the quilt too.
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    Oh have mercy. This is a darling quilt. I love the different textures you tried. This is a great quilt.

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    Your quilting is wonderful! I love all the different patterns you used..... they fit each of the animals so well.
    Cheryl

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    Quote Originally Posted by cathyvv View Post
    God only gave me some of the talents available to us in this world, and this isn't one that was included in the "Cathy Package".
    I'm like you I think. But I can fold a bushel of towels in under 3 minutes. Lol. I can't even see those patterns for quilting, let alone get them from my brain to the machine.

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    Okay Pollytink, here are a couple more pics. You can still see my markings in place on some.
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    The flower on the ear/mane of the lion has a bit of a story: I went to snip the quilting thread and got a small snip in the top as well. Luckily it was in the perfect place to applique a small flower to give him a little style LOL

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    very nicely done
    Nancy in western NY
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    Wow! Looks perfect to me!

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    You are certainly hitting the master phase of your quilting!!!

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    Looks great to me. Congrats on the quilting.

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    You are doing wonderfully! GREAT job!!
    Quilts and cats just go together!

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