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Thread: WEDDING QUILT DONE!! Quilted by Suebee

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    WEDDING QUILT DONE!! Quilted by Suebee

    I actually posted a pic of this when I finished the top. I just finished the quilting and binding. This quilt is from the book "String Quilt Revival" (awesome book) and is called "DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER"....its for our Son who will be getting married Sept 2nd to a beautiful young lady I cant wait to call my DIL. Hope you like it. I am happy with it. Just learned how to do those leaves...boy are they fun. I know this isnt perfect, but I still think it looks awesome. Quilted this on my BLQCP on a New Joy frame. (Shortarm system) Im going to be buying an A1 Longarm at the end of the year, cant wait. Well, enjoy...
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    Sorry- the leaves didnt show very well, here is another pic of those.
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    You have done an amazing job! This quilt has gone to the top of my favorite list! Very beautiful and your quilting is perfect!!

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    Wow that is awful pretty and love your quilting , they will love this quilt, what a treasure to own!!!
    May you always have Love to Share , Health to Spare, and Friends that Care!

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    Stunning! What a wonderful gift! Kudos!
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    It's beautiful. What is the difference between a long arm and a short arm?

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    awesome quilt and quilting!!!!
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    Just beautiful, great job and thank you for sharing, love the scrappies
    Have a Blessed day
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    If this is what you can do on your short arm set up .. I can't wait for your long arm to arrive so we can see more ! You are going to be a natural on the Long arm.

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    Wow! Superb piecing an quilting. So pretty.

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    Fabulous!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Love, love, love, it.
    The colors are just superb..thanks for sharing.

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    Wow! Beautiful quilt.
    A dog is not "almost human" and I know of no greater insult to the canine race than to describe it as such.

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    nice quilting on your quilt

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    A shortarm is generally 9" throat and a longarm starts at 18" up to 30" throat. You can actually do alot more with a longarm and its so much easier that quilting on a domestic machine.

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    It's beautiful. What is the difference between a long arm and a short arm?
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    Beautiful work.

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    You did a beautiful job piecing and quilting your son's quilt. Best wishes to him on his wedding.

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    Beautiful work. It will surely be a great wedding quilt.
    What machine do you use with your New Joy quilt frame? I also have one and I use Janome 1600P machine with it.
    Thanks.

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    I have a Babylock Quilters Choice Professional on my frame.

    Quote Originally Posted by acjacques View Post
    Beautiful work. It will surely be a great wedding quilt.
    What machine do you use with your New Joy quilt frame? I also have one and I use Janome 1600P machine with it.
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    SUEB

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    WOW!!!! That is awsome. Beautiful quilt and quilting. Great gift. They will love it. I do.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Love it! Fantastic job on both the piecing and the quilting.

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    Beautiful quilt. You did a wonderful job on the quilting.

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    Very beautiful. Hope I can make mine that beautiful some day. They should love it.

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    Wow You are one wonderful quilter! I have to congratulate the newly weds too. Make sure that you tell them we hope that they have a joyful, and loving marriage.

    Beautiful!
    RedGarnet222

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    Wonderful, thanks for showing the back. I loved seeing your gorgeous quilting
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