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Date: 10/4/13 1:07 AM



The centers are scraps from a string quilt I made last year. Ive moved the bag that those scraps were stored in 40 times in the last year. Im so glad to use them.



I love all my machines so much - every one of them got to work on the quilt.



I just got a old industrial machine - loving it. Perfect stitches.

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Date: 10/4/13 1:17 AM

Wait a minute you got an old industrial sm... spill it!
What kind, where did you get it, what stitches...

I really like this quilt.. very very nice..

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Date: 10/4/13 2:08 AM



Oh yes .. Ive been talking about it over in the sewing machine board. Lots of pics over there. Just a SS. My machine is an old singer.

I never really had made a quilt with sashing b-4. I like the way it came out.

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Date: 10/4/13 2:33 AM

Oh I do like the sashing too. ...
I think I found the sm... way too cool..

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Date: 10/4/13 2:58 AM

Im loving the machine - this one has a great feeling to it ... but, it is an intense hard industrial feeling. I love using it, dont know if I would want to have it as my only machine.

I enjoy late night calm and quiet sewing. The 15-91 and even the pfaff can be quiet easy machines to play with.

Im on the 3'rd floor of an old house... if I had no neighbors or this machine was on a cement floor .. I would not have a vibration/noise guilt about it-- maybe that would change things, too.

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Date: 10/4/13 3:51 AM

That's a lovely quilt! What do quilters do with all the beautiful quilts they make?

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Date: 10/4/13 4:04 AM

This quilt is so nice...it's hard to imagine it's just from scraps.

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Date: 10/4/13 8:35 AM

Just goes to show don't have to spend thousands of dollars to get the perfect stitch. Even though I don 't use it much my Singer Rocketeer has a perfect stitch also.

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Date: 10/4/13 9:38 AM

The centers are scraps from a star string quilt I made.

The sashing and borders are made from left over larger parts I bought for other quilts.

There is some flamingo fabric in there that I bought and had never used -- I bought it for fun and this was a fun place to use it.

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Date: 10/4/13 9:38 AM

Another stunning quilt! I love scrap quilts. They tell such a story.

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