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    Origins quilt finished for Shriners

    Well, I worked for two days and got the Origins quilt FMQ'd and bound. It is 85x95. Origins by benartex . The new machine is fast and I need to get a little better at control but it came out alright. I've gotten some practice, got the tables set up so the drag isn't so bad and I used a fancy stitch on the binding that made it kind of fun. Another thing I was practicing on.origins.jpgorigins1.jpg
    Walk in peace with the Lord by your side.
    Terry

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    That turned out so pretty!!!!
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    Scottie Mom Barb

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      You makes some of the prettiest quilts. Love this one too.

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        Wow Terry, I'm impressed at how fast you crank out these lovely quilts!
        I am Sew Blessed!
        Alina

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          I only have 3 days to sew, clean my house, and run errands...so I try to make the most of that time off. I really don't like the time I spend away from home. I feel it is such wasted hours, but then...there is the money...So I keep going to work. The restaurant is so slow and 14 hours a day there is drudgery even though I really like our regulars. I'm really considering taking my older Husqvarna there and piecing but it is pretty messy and DH really hateshaving thread all over the restaurant, so I try to refrain from my obsession.
          Originally posted by amartin24 View Post
          Wow Terry, I'm impressed at how fast you crank out these lovely quilts!
          Walk in peace with the Lord by your side.
          Terry

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            Beautiful quilt, you do such pretty work and for such a good cause. You have a good heart.
            Lori

            http://sewtimeforme.blogspot.com/

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              That's a beautiful quilt!

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                Great job, Terry...
                Carol

                Sewing Mends The Soul ~ Author Unknown

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                  Terry, that turned out beautiful! Glad to hear you figured out how to resolve the drag issue and are having fun with you new machine!

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                    Oh yes, and today I learned how to write my name and year with the new machine. Yeah.
                    Originally posted by tamsterg7 View Post
                    Terry, that turned out beautiful! Glad to hear you figured out how to resolve the drag issue and are having fun with you new machine!
                    Walk in peace with the Lord by your side.
                    Terry

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                      Originally posted by grammaterry View Post
                      Oh yes, and today I learned how to write my name and year with the new machine. Yeah.
                      That's pretty impressive! The quilt looks great, too!
                      Cindy

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                        Impressive. Looks like you are getting acquainted with your new machine really fast.

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                          Originally posted by grammaterry View Post
                          The restaurant is so slow and 14 hours a day there is drudgery even though I really like our regulars. I'm really considering taking my older Husqvarna there and piecing but it is pretty messy and DH really hateshaving thread all over the restaurant, so I try to refrain from my obsession.
                          I think you should take the Husqvarna to the restaurant. Try it out for one week and see how it goes.
                          Stash Treasure Acquisitions Beyond Life Expectancy. My stash keeps me STABLE, oh yeah.... and dark chocolate.

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