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    Default Flynn Quilt Loom

    Here are (if I did it right) two small quilts that I finished this week. The tumbler block quilt was quilted on my Flynn Quilt Loom and I think I got the hang of it about 2/3 of the way through the quilt...... I think it may just become my chair quilt. LOL!

    The second one is an Easter Quilt that I made for my grand daughter Abby. It is just done with "stitch in the ditch". Trying to decide if I should applique Happy Easter on it.
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    Linda L Maurer, Peach Bottom, PA

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    Default Re: Flynn Quilt Loom

    nice job! Isn't it nice when something clicks for you?

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    Default Re: Flynn Quilt Loom

    Love the muted colors on the tumbler and the bright colors on the stich in the ditch. Great job!

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    Both are very pretty. I too love the browns and muted colors in the tumbler.
    Nancy

    I got a sewing machine for my husband. Good trade, huh!?!

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    Default Re: Flynn Quilt Loom

    Yeah, when I started on it, I never thought I'd "get" it. Then, my machine started acting up (the bobbin). Finally, it started to work and I got the hang of the movement. You don't get a lot of space to quilt. Actually, the whole width but only about 5 or 6 inches depth. Yes, you do have to plan and I was "winging" it. LOL!
    Linda L Maurer, Peach Bottom, PA

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    I quilted this one on my Flynn system too...I found the limited space to work on the quilt a bit frustrating...he makes it look so easy in his demonstration! Will try it again sometime, but I'm not as thrilled with the Flynn system as I thought I would be. Oh well...another lesson learned.

    Pat
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    What beautiful colors in your tumbler quilt. Wow!
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    I wondered about using the Flynn system...the quilts look wonderful!!
    Michele

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    Both of your quilts are very nice. Keep up the good work. Hugs, Jan

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    Default Re: Flynn Quilt Loom

    Never heard of this Flynn thing, but that quilt is very cute! Love the colors. I have never really machine quilted other than stitch in ditch, so it looks pretty good to me
    To quilt or not to quilt?.....what a ridiculous question!
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