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    Finally managed to get a picture of My Small World at my guild's show and tell.Name:  my small world at guild Oct 2019.jpg
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    Mkotch....oh wow...your LTG is gorgeous so far. So glad the churn dashes are behind you now. This is going to be a stunner when done. And, your Small World is fabulous! Just Fabulous!
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    Oh I love your Small World!!
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    I have that pattern!!! Yours is fabulous!!!!!!! Haven't started mine yet.

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    When will you start SusieQOH?
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    My Christmas Gypsy is on the table. I'm about to start sandwiching her. I need to find out how to quilt her. I don't think an all over design will suit her.
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    Good for you, Anael! She's a beaut and deserves to be finished. I can't offer Quilting ideas but I loved how you quilted your first one.
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    I started the quilting process. Already made two birds nests and I have no idea what's happening. Fancy stitching in the strips with my Bernina and FMQ'ing with the Juki. Now to find a purpose for the Brother and I have all three of them set up for one quilt
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    When all's finished with GW, you can bind it using the Brother...Oh Brother! You will get it done in fine shape...
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    Nothing's too small...I love miniatures.

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    Oh Brother LOL. Yes I could hahahaha
    I'm using the Juki for the binding. It has a really nice 1/4" foot which I like a lot.
    So, no use for the Brother I'm afraid. Not this time. So sorry Brother
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    Now I'm using both Bernina and Juli for FMQ'ing. The Bernina threaded with green, the Juki with red
    Still no use for the Brother LOL
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    She's finished. No Brother involved........ Pictures tomorrow.
    Next one (Bakers Dozen) is waiting downstairs but I need to set up the embroidery machine and make some small stuff.
    Then it's time to cut batting for BD.
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    Can't wait to see it, Anael...your Brother must be lonely...maybe he needs to go on a bike ride
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    I'll ask Brother hahahahahaaaaa. Don't think it's a good idea though LOL

    Here is Santa's Wife. Finished, quilted and bound. No close ups though. It's not the best work I did on quilting. Both machines had their own problems and I had my problems with both machines
    But it's done, onward to the next UFO. Name:  Santa's Wife finished.jpg
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    Anael,
    Another beautiful quilt and just in time for Christmas.
    The best kind of sleep beneath heaven above is under a quilt hand made with love. Anonymous

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    So right, Blue Bell. From the pictures, the colors give a very bohemian look.

    Happy Thanksgiving to the Americans here. It will be a quiet day as family was home last weekend.
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    Woah Anael, another great quilt!! It's amazing how each quilt is the same pattern. But, looks so different then the other done in different fabrics!
    My little shinning stars. Brantley, Kaylynn, and Emmalee
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    Anael, I love your Santa's Wife (Gypsy Wife) quilt. It's gorgeous. Your understanding of these patterns and use of color is wonderful.
    Sew a Little, Love a Lot & Live like you were dying!

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    Wow, Anael, What a beautiful Christmas Santa's Wife. I may have to add to my stash of Christmas and make one.

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    Thank you all so very much!!

    If you make one too toverly, please share here! Would love to see it!
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    Beautiful, Anael! Proud of you for getting this beauty quilted....just in time for the holidays, too! Wonderful work, as usual!
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    Not a Kingwell pattern but I'm getting ready to quilt this latest project... Then Quilting 2 other tops I finished before my move.....then I can start a new project....maybe Kingwell? Not sure but I have two patterns kitted and ready...

    https://www.quiltingboard.com/pictur...t-t308349.html
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    Wow Teen, those flowers are really gorgeous!! Great to know you have set up the sewing room in your new home
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    Oh I Love your *Santa’s Wife* Quilt! It is just wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
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    Well, here I am. Ready to join the Kingwell group. Have just bought the LTG pattern and pulled all my fabrics from my stash with exception of the grey solid. I also own the GW pattern, but put it away and now can't find it. Will work on my LTG and then go to the GW when I find it. I am so into scrappy quilts lately and these seem to be right up my alley.

    I love the Santa's Wife that was posted above.

    I will post more when I have some blocks done. I am anticipating a "smooth" ride on the LTG quilt. I don't want any serious challenges right now and it looks like LTG is a quilt I can make without too much trouble. I am excited to be making this project and I am open to suggestions.

    BTW, are there any corrections to the LTG pattern that I need to be aware of? Thanks in advance for pointing in the right direction for them.
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