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Thread: My Baltimore is ready for quilting....finally

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    Senior Member mshollysd's Avatar
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    My Baltimore is ready for quilting....finally

    I started the BOM with everyone and even though I changed it around a bit, I am very happy with our group and the quilt. It rocked. I used my own tye-dyed fabric and it was raw edged applique and I love it. Sorry the pictures are sideways.
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    Beautiful quilt. I've always wanted to do a Baltimore album quilt. I have only made a couple of blocks that went into another quilt. Love the tie dye

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    Thank you, I had always wanted to do one too, and it wasn't as hard as I thought it was going to be. Definitely used raw edge and wonderunder to do it.

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    It turned out great! Loved seeing it's progress throughout the journey. The next one I am going to do with heat n bond lite. I got side tracked with this one so will start over and redo mine.
    Happy Quilting!

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    Such a wonderful fresh look to such a traditional quilt. Love the fabrics!

    Laura

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    Senior Member mshollysd's Avatar
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    Thank you. The hardest part for me is picking out fabrics for a project, so all I had to worry about is to fussy cut the colors I wanted out of my fabric. Bonni, I would love to see what you do with yours. I did use regular heat and bond and there is a whole lot of thread in this, but I used different varigated threads for the stitches on the applique

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    beautiful quilt -- I'm ready to measure and start connecting and bordering my blocks -- the next quilts are going to be easy with no applique, especially little leaves!!-- but I have enjoyed doing the blocks and will be proud of my finished quilt!-- yours is a thing of real beaty -- congrats!!
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    Oh so gorgeous! The tye dye fabric is beautiful!
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    Great job! Love the dyed fabrics.
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    Outstanding, my first love is Baltimore Quiilts. Your choice of colors is very interesting, some times it pays to step out of the box.

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