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    Senior Member pinebeltquilter's Avatar
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    That is awesome. Where did you get the embroidery designs? I have an embroidery machine and would love to have them.

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    Made with so much love. It is beautiful.

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    Love, Love, Love it! So nice.
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    Alot of work it will be a treasure for them.
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    I guess I'm going to ask a stupid question but how do you quilt with an embroidery machine? Don't the stitches look different on the back?
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    WOW. What an undertaking. It will certainly become an heirloom and treasured for generations to come. I love the backing fabric you chose too.

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    THIS IS FABULOUS! What a great grandma
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    Unbelieveable! You did an absolutely awesome job. This is such a great quilt to be cherished for generations to come. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks so much!!
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    Thanks to all for your kind comments!!!
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    It looks beautiful. I love machine embroidery on quilts!!
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    Totally awesome !!!
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    That is stunning. Your grandkids will love it.

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    WOW that is amazing work and a quilt to be treasured for years to come. Congrats - your quilt is spectacular!

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    I have all those designs too not done anything with them yet, you did a great job with yours!!

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    Beautiful job..I love using my embroidery machine for quilting...The only problem I see is ..when the kids get older who gets the quilt!!!lol...better start on 2 more..just to keep peace in the family...lol
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    Everyone has their own thing. My opinion.... you must be crazy - but I love the result! Labor of love for sure. Crazy is what makes for beautiful quilts.

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    Neat quilt! Lots of love in it for those DGK's!!
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    This is a gorgeous keepsake!! They will be fighting over who gets to keep it when they get older!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    What a treasure it's going to be for her. It is beautiful.

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    very lovely quilt
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    Gorgeous quilt. I have those exact designs myself, but time got away from me this year. I got my designs at embroidery library.
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    Normally I am not a big fan of machine embroidery on quilts, but this is awesome!!! Your labor of love is absolutely beautiful and the star quilting is the perfect touch.

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    What a wonderful quilt! This will be a prized family heirloom. Lucky grandchildren. You did a beautiful job!

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    OMG. How wonderful. The grans will love it. Can't imagine spending that much time and stitches on a project. But it is so worth it when one looks at all the work.

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