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LibbyG last won the day on March 20

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  1. That really is a pretty quilt. Looks like the points all match.
  2. Perfect vacation, doing things you really enjoy doing with lots of friends.
  3. What advantage would you have by buying a new machine? If you're going to be able to the same type of quilting, why bother? Then again, if you really want it, get it. It's a retirement gift to yourself. You deserve it!
  4. Wow, that quilt is gorgeous. I can imagine the hours you spent on it. And I can sympathize with chaing my mind about colors after awhile. I laugh when I look back on some things I "just loved" at the time.
  5. LibbyG

    Three New Quilts

    I love using panels for baby quilts. They are just so cute, and it takes a minimal amount of time to get them ready. Love how adventurous you are with freehanding a cable border. It's the best thing to do to get btter, but I'm still not there yet.
  6. A friend pieced this quilt. She only wanted light quilting and flat batting. I used So Fine and Bottom Line. Since I'm not really creative, I googled the animals and looked at their backgrounds. A Day at the Zoo by Libby G, on Flickr A Day at the Zoo (3) by Libby G, on Flickr A Day at the Zoo (2) by Libby G, on Flickr
  7. Love these. That binding is really nice, but I know I would never take the time to do it. lol
  8. Love it. Went to FB but I couldn't see the quilting because the pictures showed too small.
  9. LibbyG

    Used pantographs

    yes, list them with a price, under pictures forum
  10. LibbyG

    NQR...New Addition

    Adorable. Just think you now have a use for orphan blocks. Just bind them and give them to Bitzie.
  11. LibbyG

    T-shirt quilt

    Watch out for the sticky lettering on some of the shirts. They would gum my needle and then I'd throw the needle away. But, Barb Mayfield said she just cleans hers in alcohol and reuses it. I have better success with a 4.5 needle with my Millenium.
  12. When I see beautiful pieces like yours, I wonder what quilt could beat them. They're simply gorgeous. Congratulations.
  13. Just stunning, Dell. I wondered why I haven't seen anything from you in awhile even on FB. I know they've changed something that's irritated many of us.
  14. My customer pieced this quilt using a pattern from the book GARDEN STITCHES by Lisa Bongean, Primitive Gatherings. She named the quilt. Because of her unique background, I had some trouble quilting this. She didn't want stippling, just a mixture of feathers and spirals etc. She gave me Warm and Natural and I used So Fine and Bottom Line. Garden Stitches by Libby G, on Flickr Garden Stitches (2) by Libby G, on Flickr Garden Stitches or Blossoms, Bees and Bugs by Libby G, on Flickr Garden Stitches by Lisa Bongean by Libby G, on Flickr
  15. LibbyG

    Tip of the Day

    I google the quilt and hope that someone else has already quilted it. If not, I punt!