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My Show N' Tell Friday is a quilt, I'm showing you another practice on the Long Arm! It's just a little quilt because I'm still practicing. I used all my scraps which I love! I did not go out and buy new fabric for this one...which is a huge accomplishment for me!
And here is the back, I think it turned out okay.

Thanks for looking! Check out the other quilts on Amy Lou's Blog!


  1. oooh this is so pretty. i love your quilting. great finish

  2. it turned out great! such a pretty little nine-patch, and I think your quilting is quite good on those flowers... especially for practice!

  3. How pretty, and the quilting looks great!

  4. Looks great! THe quilting looks very nice and I love the little 9 patch in those colors! very girly.

  5. Beautiful scrappy quilt! Those are the best!! And I love your quilting.....

  6. Looks like a cute quilt indeed. Its so satisfying using only fabrics from your stash.

  7. Um, I actually REALLY like this! All those pinks and the flower quilting is so girly and cute!

  8. Looking good! Cute quilt and adorable floral quilting!

  9. beautiful quilting!♥

  10. You had me at the color pink :o)
    What a great quilt!


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