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    Hi,

    These are some of the quilts I have kept in my stash of work I have done.
    I hope they make it.

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    Sorry, Melissa, can't see them...

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    Sorry,

    I thought I followed the directions but no pictures.
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    Very Nice ! Love the green ! :lol: Yes, do tell how you made the centers of the blocks..
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    Wow, could you show us some close ups of the embroidery, And that is a lovely shade of green.

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    Very pretty!! Great job.

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    Oh wow -- that's gorgeous!!

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    Thanks to one of the smarter posters, at least this picture got transfered to the right place. The embroidery was done on my Bernina 650 embroidery machine. I tried to use every pattern on the card I had Bernette #55. I set the blocks on point so they would take up more space as they are only 4 inch motifs. It still wasn't big enough hence the large amount of green. The the tulips on the pink pillow were also embroidered while the pot was machine appliqued. It is hand quilted.

    I will try again to add more pictures. I have a crazy quilt in which every block has an embroidered center. It has an oriental theme. The border with the half red circles was made with my circular embroidery foot on my Bernina sewing machine.

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    Melissa-I like both of your quilts--your embroidery centers are great.

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    I love the colours in the second one, and the scallops round the border are so pretty!

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    my goodness you have been busy.....

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    Beautiful.

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    I like both quilts but esp. the last one. I like crazy quilts, just haven't made one yet but it's on my to do list.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Great job!

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