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Thread: Some finished projects

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    They are all pretty, but my favorite is the last one.

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    NICE!!

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    Your Irena Bluhm knocks my sox off!!!!!!

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    Beautiful work. DBE

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    Fabulous!!!!!

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    really nice Barb

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    i would like to know how to do that last one. it is beautiful...

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    Love the last one best. Your choice of color(ing) really makes the quilt. Great Job!

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    Beautiful.

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    Worth so much more than $40/50!!! I realize that you didn't do it for the monetary value, but people just don't realize how much effort is put into something so beautiful. You do beautiful work!

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    They look great

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    They are very nice quilts.

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    Stunning quilting job!!! They are beautiful. They should have brought a much higher price though for the amount of work you put into them. When you put items into a silent auction, I would put a minimum amount of at least $100. That's just my thought... Auntie B

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    All are wonderful, what great work. Thanks for sharing.

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    How did you do such perfect circles on the first quilt? I'm just beginning machine quilting. I can use the walking foot, but free motion is still quite uneven.

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    THey are all great . I love the feel good factor when I have made some thing for charity ,how about you .

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    The bidders at the silent auction sure got a steal!!! I think you got robbed. Those quilts certainly deserved to bring in a lot more. Beautiful work!!!

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    I wouldn't be able to pick a favorite...I like them all :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Wow! These are great! The coloring one looks interesting to try~

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    Quote Originally Posted by gzuslivz
    How did you do such perfect circles on the first quilt? I'm just beginning machine quilting. I can use the walking foot, but free motion is still quite uneven.
    I have a Pro-Stitcher on my HQ16,so it was done with the computer.

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    actually on the 2 for Charity, the last price was quoted, but in the end a few people kept going back and forth and the price was over a $100 for each.

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    Great work

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    great job

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    very nice

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