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Thread: WIP single irish chain from scraps FMQ

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    Super Member mimom's Avatar
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    now I know why my right elbow hurts so bad

    those specs in the cream part are safety pins
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    Beautiful. I love the hearts and roses.

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    great FMQ...

    i guess your elbow would hurt after that lol

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    my elbow has been hurting the past week or so, I wasn't sure why, I had just finished a FMQ one for my son. As soon as I started the tight stipling on this one, I realized that fighting with the fabric is why. Looks like this is going to be a long project.

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    What is it they say in sports -- no pain, no gain! Don't know if that applies to quilting! How 'bout an Aleve and some ice for that elbow.

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    Sorry to hear about your elbow. A rest is called for.

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    Beautiful and lovely MQ! I always take lots of breaks when I MQ. Bet you have lots of hours in it.

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    Ice and rest will become your best friend. Beautiufl quilt and your FMQ is great.

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    Wow.....this is stunning!

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    very pretty!

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    That is one beautiful quilt!

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    That is beautiful...love the colours you picked!!
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    Forgot to add hope your elbow feels better soon.

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    That is just beautiful!

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    Beautiful job...that's why I bought a long arm, just couldn't do the FMQ without a frame.

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    I hope you give your elbow some time to heal, your quilting is great, take lots of breaks when quilting

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    Stunning...please rest up between sessions. No point it pushing yourself to the point of injury.

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    How pretty.

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    Very good job! I am envious, wish I could FMQ like that!

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    Wow, love the quilt. Everyone does such a wonderful job on their quilts. I enjoy looking at the pictures. Thanks for sharing. This is where I get my inspiration from.

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