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  1. All i can say is OMG what a nifty color tones
  2. I had the same problem once..so i took some of an old dress from my granny and put it in the copy machine and used that material you use for printing photos on paper and spread it though the whole piece...was a good match.
  3. Just thought I'd show off a little too: I don't hardly do freehand work anymore but this is the last one I did. She wanted something that was a WOW factor, so this was the best I could do and don't plan on doing anymore like it. Was over a weeks worth of quilting and she loves quill feathers. Now I guess I'll have to get busy and make a quill feather digitized for quilting.
  4. I'm 100 miles west of St. Louis and 80 miles east of Springfield. Little town called St. James. If you ever come my way just give me a shout, and you can come by and look at my toys. Toodles, QFairy
  5. I have finally gotten myself and my house back in order. Since coming back from the awesome MQS show in Kansas. I a have photo's to share if you want to see some that I have taken you can go to: http://www.flickr.com/groups/longarmquiltingandembroidery/ I love to share them with the ones that didn't get to go. Enjoy :cool:
  6. I've done this for over 6 years, but never use a ruler for the top and bottom..just pin and away i go. for the sides they come out more even the more you practice..I was scared at first but practiced on everyone I did til I can do them in my sleep now.. I do pin the bottom to hold it still while binding it. I do hand hem them all though, i think machine hemming is tacking. But I'm from the old School.
  7. I'm not bonnie either but I buy a bolt that is 45" wide from A-1 in Springfield Missouri that is all the rave over my customers I do wall hangings and table runners for.
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