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  1. aquiltersheart's Avatar
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    I machine quilt, not long arm. I am in Florida, is that too far? What are you thinking you want as a design or stipple, etc.?
  2. aquiltersheart's Avatar
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    I am a blue & white fan and your quilt is striking. Love it!
  3. aquiltersheart's Avatar
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    Yes I do. Machine or hand quilting?
  4. currey's Avatar
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    Thank you so much Rhonda for taking the time to teach EQ. I have tried several of your tutorials and just love them. It's a lot more fun with direction.
  5. Love to quilt Linda's Avatar
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    Sorry I'll try to repost
  6. mooyoomsu's Avatar
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    My quilting friends. I am still looking for this pattern. The link from cotton picking is for a store that closed along time ago. There is another link to dewanda but that store too has closed.
  7. jdah's Avatar
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    Wow! I am Dutch and love, love -- LOVE that quilt. Much too advanced for me though. Job well done, you must be very proud of it.
  8. Judith1005's Avatar
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    It's beautiful!! Your talent is shining through. Love your color choices and quilting. Just lovely. (It caught my eye and grabbed me right from the start.)
  9. BrendaY's Avatar
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    WOW! Love your quilts!
  10. QuiltnNan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Girlfriend
    QuiltnNan, after you sew the long strips together, what do you do next? How do you attach it to the quilt?

    I must be missing something.
    click on the link at the bottom, it has the full tutorial
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...ge-t77821.html
  11. lynnie's Avatar
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    go to bing and put in fall table runners or bing turkeys, leaves images and that's what i do
  12. Jennie A's Avatar
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    Wow that does sound easy - I don't own a serger (called an overlocker in New Zealand) but definitely worth considering. Nancy is such a quilting pioneer - she has led the way for so many of us to follow. From her Quilting TV, her u tube videos, website etc. After seeing her quilting studio I was so impressed I had to purchase a koala sewing cabinet - it had to travel from the US to Australia (NZ doesn't have a Koala dealer) and then onto me in NZ. But fab-u-lous. If you get a chance, check out Rita from redpepperquilts.com. She is based in Melbourne, Australia and has some great tutorials on her website including one on binding. I can't be bothered with all that hand stitching so I kind of follow Rita's method (which was first put on Nancy's website I think). But unlike Rita's method, after I have stitched the binding to the front of the quilt, turn it over and I pin on top (rather than underneath) (flipping betw front and back to check I have covered the seam).....then I stitch in the ditch on the top and (finger's crossed) if I have done it right, the underneath of the binding is stitched in but you cant see the stitching on the top. Tres neat!
  13. lowrainehope's Avatar
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    Unless you really like the fabric I might let it go. I have always been told to stick with one fabric say 100% cotton with no blends.
  14. BerninaGirl's Avatar
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    I can not wait to try this, thank you for the great picture.
  15. Girlfriend's Avatar
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    QuiltnNan, after you sew the long strips together, what do you do next? How do you attach it to the quilt?

    I must be missing something.
  16. Gaillery's Avatar
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    I'm a new quilter. Is that fancy cutting? It's beautiful. How did you learn to do that? And do you applique?
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