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    dwr

    try to load my instructions for the dwr I digitized
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    dwr2

    rest if instructions... I hope
    borders done same way and sewn to each end of row...
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    I can't digitize or own an embroidery machine but it is still fascinating!

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    thanks so much katiedid for the wonderful tut.!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    I can't digitize or own an embroidery machine but it is still fascinating!
    Same here, but I've followed your progress & wondered how you did it. What a neat idea- thanks for sharing. Wondering what method of QAYG you are using to join your blocks?

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    I search different sites on joining blocks... what I do not everyone would like... lots of handwork.

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    Beautiful tutorial! You have a lot of patience to figure all this out.
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    that looks great thanks for showing us how you did it
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    I don't have an embroidery machine, but I love to learn how things are made. You are doing a wonderful job.
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    What size hoop are you using? Your quilt is a fantastic way to use scraps. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very nicely done. It looks like that is the 8 x 8 hoop. Wish it were available for the 6 x 6 which I understand is really too small for such an adventure. You did an excellent job and it will be fantastic when completed.

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    Thanks for the tutorial...loved it.....

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    my hoop is 8 x 8 square for Janome 11000

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    you could change hoop size and do this design... send me message if you would like to have it... 6 x 6 would just be smaller scrap pieces....I think it would be pretty.

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    Oh! I have an embroidery machine with an 8" x 8" hoop and would love to try this. I would be more than willing to pay for your digitizing. It is beautiful!

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    I would love to have this pattern as I have the 8x8 hoop. Can you show a pic of a full block joined pls? what kind of stabilizer did you use?
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    Oh my that is cute, the border stitches are too cute!

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    Great Tute...and so beautiful!

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    I use "no show mesh" stabilizer. 4 blocks sewn together for one large block little over 14 in. ( give or take)
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    Thank you so much for posting the pic. It is very pretty. Is all the stitching showing done by the embroidery? did you do any quilting to the block afterwards?
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    it is "quilt as you go" method so each section is quilted in the last steps... then sew 4 sections together for the bigger block

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    Could you show us how you sew the sections together? I am intrigued...

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    There are lots of different methods to join the blocks... I google for "join QYG blocks" the method I use requires a lot of hand stitching.... which I like to do.. the back of my quilt isn't very neat but it works for me. I will try to download pic of how I did it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katiedid2 View Post
    try to load my instructions for the dwr I digitized
    this is beautiful. I have a janome 300E, largest hoop size is 5 x 7....would it work for me? I use the jef format...and are you sharing the design or selling it?

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    If I sent you my design please check with me before you sew it because I had sent wrong file for the block.... the nice lady let me know so I can correct if you let me know by message. sorry.

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