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    Pumpkinpatch, Those quilts are just beautiful. I have never tried to do all those points yet. You did a great job.

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    My avatar quilt is made with a Singer 66(1908 Lotus) Thought I would post it here were it belongs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn
    My avatar quilt is made with a Singer 66(1908 Lotus) Thought I would post it here were it belongs.
    Glenn
    Very nice. I love the hand work too!

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    I am working on this log cabin and star quilt for my son. I'm piecing it on a Featherweight...

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    I also pieced these two on my avatar machine... Singer 66-1 treadle. I quilted them on my vintage Bernina Record 830.

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    Glenn - I love the Victorian looking Dresden plate.

    Here's my latest offering, which I made for the October doll quilt swap. It is raw edge applique. I used my Singer 99K hand machine to make it. I wasn't particularly pleased with the quilting, but my swap partner Needlegrammy was very sporting and loved it.

    I drew round a teapot to make the template
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn
    My avatar quilt is made with a Singer 66(1908 Lotus) Thought I would post it here were it belongs.
    Glenn
    Pretty embroidery!

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    thank you ladies. I like it to but it took for ever to do the embroidery work on it my wife had to push me to finish it.
    Glenn

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    Thank you to those who complimented me on my projects - I do appreciate it!

    I really enjoy seeing all your quilts as well as drooling over your machines...

    Sewbizgirl - I love seeing your modern machine in the background there and your featherweight in the foreground...that's how we do things around here too! It's nice to have the combination of using the older machines and new machines together. :)

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    Glenn - that is a stunning Dresden :)

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    very pretty quilt vintagemotif

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn
    My avatar quilt is made with a Singer 66(1908 Lotus) Thought I would post it here were it belongs.
    Glenn
    terrific dresdens

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumpkinpatchquilter
    I use my featherweight for most of my piecing...ESPECIALLY for paper piecing. Here's a few projects I've paper pieced on my featherweight...
    i love all the projects. the colors in the first pic are especially pretty

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    Thank you QuiltnNan! :)

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    Glenn, I like your dresten plate. The hand work is really really nice. Reminds me of the way a crazy quilt is quilted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn
    My avatar quilt is made with a Singer 66(1908 Lotus) Thought I would post it here were it belongs.
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    Glenn, This is a gorgeous quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbizgirl
    I also pieced these two on my avatar machine... Singer 66-1 treadle. I quilted them on my vintage Bernina Record 830.
    Cute fabric for a baby quilt! Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muv
    Glenn - I love the Victorian looking Dresden plate.

    Here's my latest offering, which I made for the October doll quilt swap. It is raw edge applique. I used my Singer 99K hand machine to make it. I wasn't particularly pleased with the quilting, but my swap partner Needlegrammy was very sporting and loved it.
    Muv, love your cute pot of tea!

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    Doing a test of posting a picture. This is my latest that I'm still working on.
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    wow!!! such an inspiration

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloomin'Iris View Post
    wow!!! such an inspiration
    Thanks! All made with scraps, and I used my National Two Spools and Singer 201 (both machines in treadle) for the piecing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintagemotif View Post
    Thanks! All made with scraps, and I used my National Two Spools and Singer 201 (both machines in treadle) for the piecing.
    Beautiful!
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    Beautiful! Love scrappy--This is the kind of quilt I want to look at all the fabrics, seeing which ones I might have used before from my own stash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintagemotif View Post
    Thanks! All made with scraps, and I used my National Two Spools and Singer 201 (both machines in treadle) for the piecing.
    That is so beautiful! It looks so comforting and cozy.

    Pat

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    Thanks for sharing. It is amazing what the vintage machine can do, isn't it?
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