AnnaH

All the parts came and I'm quilting away with George now

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Hello, everyone: I am happy to report that I received the plexiglas insert Friday afternoon and have been

trying out George. Everything seems to be working well and I'm enjoying getting to know

him. I had pieced some scrappy quilt tops while waiting for George and am practicing on one of them. I am trying different motifs. The feather design has been the most challenging for me.

When I am done, I will give the quilts to charity.

Thank you to everyone for their advice, especially to Mrs. A of Arizona!:)

--Anna

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Hello, everyone: I am happy to report that I received the plexiglas insert Friday afternoon and have been

trying out George. Everything seems to be working well and I'm enjoying getting to know

him. I had pieced some scrappy quilt tops while waiting for George and am practicing on one of them. I am trying different motifs. The feather design has been the most challenging for me.

When I am done, I will give the quilts to charity.

Thank you to everyone for their advice, especially to Mrs. A of Arizona!:)

--Anna

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Great - you will enjoy George and the charities will love the quilts!!!


Jane and Dave (Grasshopper) Brown APQS Dealer,Quilt Design,Piecing,Long Arm Quilting Custom Racks, Wall Hangers, L.A. Clips, Millie and Lenni front Laser Brackets, Sundries. www.countryquiltsncrafts.com Randolph, Wisconsin

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Great - you will enjoy George and the charities will love the quilts!!!


Jane and Dave (Grasshopper) Brown APQS Dealer,Quilt Design,Piecing,Long Arm Quilting Custom Racks, Wall Hangers, L.A. Clips, Millie and Lenni front Laser Brackets, Sundries. www.countryquiltsncrafts.com Randolph, Wisconsin

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If you want an easy tutorial on feathers - try out Kim Brunners twirly whirly feathers. She made it easy for me to understand. If you follow all her steps, you will get it.


Meg

"Do small things with great love." Mother Teresa

"Life's too short to fuss with thread." Meg Fazio

http://theonewiththreadsonherclothes.blogspot.com/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/megfazio

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If you want an easy tutorial on feathers - try out Kim Brunners twirly whirly feathers. She made it easy for me to understand. If you follow all her steps, you will get it.


Meg

"Do small things with great love." Mother Teresa

"Life's too short to fuss with thread." Meg Fazio

http://theonewiththreadsonherclothes.blogspot.com/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/megfazio

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I'm with ya, Anna. All George's pieces/parts have arrived in rural Ohio also. I sat down for a bit this morning and revved him up; I've got some work to do on the tension aspect of the machine. Any other George owners (besides my friend, Beth) in Ohio?

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I'm with ya, Anna. All George's pieces/parts have arrived in rural Ohio also. I sat down for a bit this morning and revved him up; I've got some work to do on the tension aspect of the machine. Any other George owners (besides my friend, Beth) in Ohio?

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