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  1. Complete Quilt Path Computer system and software for sale. Unit comes with everything it had when purchased in January 2015 for a Millie with 12 ft table. Selling for $7,000.
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  2. Yesterday I drove three and a half hours from Chicago to Dubuque to attend a road show and check out the APQS machines. What a great experience that was! They answered questions I hadn't even thought of asking! We had a great time--just me and about 8 women--and got to play on all five of the APQS machines. I went pretty sure I was not going to buy because my local quilt shop had made me a great offer on one of the long arms they carry. After about 5 minutes playing on one machine, I was sure I was NOT buying the machine from my LQS, and had to have an APQS. By the time I quit playing, I
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  3. This is a good article on the use of Frixion pens. http://quiltskipper.com/2015/08/13/frixion-pens-all-you-need-to-know/
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  4. We recently moved from Florida back to Ohio and I've had time to actually do some long arm quilting on my quilts. I was thrilled that it took a first place at a local quilt show.
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  5. I finished quilting this for hubby Roger last week. Roger's Prismatic Star by -RoseCity Quilter- Pattern is Prismatic star from Quiltworx (Judy Niemeyer). Roger's Prismatic Star by -RoseCity Quilter- More pictures on my blog... https://rosecityquilter.wordpress.com/2015/08/27/rogers-prismatic-star-2/
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  6. Cagey had some great ideas. A black walnut thread (or similar) to do the paw prints would be great. Good luck with this...looks like it is very well pieced.
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  7. Chalk one up for another dude in the circuit. Zeke.
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  8. The plan was to make my daughter a quilt for her Sweet 16. It's a bit late since I had to have foot surgery. I think it was kind of a blessing tho. She did get a car and a huge Sweet 16 Ball. I think the quilt would not have been that big of a deal compared to her car, ball gowns, party and dance with her friends. She will see it when she comes home from school today. I'm excited it's finally finished and she finally gets a new quilt with bright colors she has been asking for. I've not made her another quilt since she was 6. I hope she loves it.
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  9. The car, gowns, and dance are all great gifts, but will they still be in her possession 20 or 30 years from now? It's looks fantastic and I'm sure she'll love it.
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  10. No suggestions....I just want to see it when you finish it. I love this. Would love to have one like it for my camper. David
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  11. Beautiful quilt and quilting. I've been wanting to do a sampler quilt and this just encouraged me to get started on it. Thanks for sharing it. David
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  12. I am clearing out some things in my studio. I am located in Minnetonka, MN and have the following Circle Lord boards for sale. Prices as marked plus shipping: Wanders 12(open), King 130" = $220 **sold** Bubbles, King 129" = $220 **sold** Square Dance, Queen 115” = $210 **sold** Sakura, Queen 95” = $200 **sold** Milky Way, Queen 118” = $210 **sold**
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  13. I love what you and Lenni do as a team!!
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  14. She is going to love it. It is gorgeous and I love the quilting on it, too.
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  15. Oh my goodness, Marilyn! Looks just like a garden!
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  16. She is going to love this quilt, forever! It's beautiful.
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  17. Wow, I can see why the were thrilled!! Awesome quilting job on this quilt.
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  18. Beautiful quilting. Love the various backgrounds around the flowers. Ann's right - feels and looks like spring.
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  19. Wonderful Marilyn. Love your quilting on this. And you're right, feels like Spring!
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  20. I drove about 3 1/2 hours to the show in Shipshewana. Put a dexpository on the George. Will be at my ranch after labor day I'm just glad I'm still traveling until then or I would be waiting for the call from the freight company. I also looked at some other machines but was pretty sure I was buying a George. Enjoy. Judy
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  21. LHC: I say copy the brown paw prints in the black areas, walking them around the quilt counter clockwise. To make your life easier, I would not break thread between the four toes and the center pad, but have a line from each toe to the center pad. Then a straight line to the next paw print. Followed by an echo line around the paw print and the line connect each one to fill the space. In the inner foliage area, from each corner to the center a leaf print with veins in each leaf. Maybe a large maple leaf. SID around the dark inner brown sections. Then a wide echo to follow the
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  22. It is gorgeous. You first picture almost looks like a drawing. When you zoom in though, you see all the color of the piecing, and then your quilting pops out. Outstanding. Cagey
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