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Thread: An Animated Quilt

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    An Animated Quilt

    Watch the quilt people dancing home.

    Quilt artist Kathy York's video finale of her project, Park Place, can be seen at
    http://aquamoonartquilts.blogspot.com/ (About 20% of the way down the page.)

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    Very clever and fun to watch!

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    I can't imagine taking the time involved in this - but apparently her obsession won out! It was fun to watch. Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenheron View Post
    Watch the quilt people dancing home.

    Quilt artist Kathy York's video finale of her project, Park Place, can be seen at
    http://aquamoonartquilts.blogspot.com/ (About 20% of the way down the page.)
    Nice but do not understand most of the terminology...

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    That was adorable! Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for posting my link! I have had quite a few visitors to my blog since you posted, so thank you! Happy that you enjoyed my video. If you are having trouble seeing the video, you may need to refresh the page...

    Quote Originally Posted by Greenheron View Post
    Watch the quilt people dancing home.

    Quilt artist Kathy York's video finale of her project, Park Place, can be seen at
    http://aquamoonartquilts.blogspot.com/ (About 20% of the way down the page.)

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    What a great link! I love the narration of how the video was done, especially about the cat, and the result. Thank you Greenheron for posting it and thank you Kathy York for all your hard work = it is stupendous!

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    Nice site Kathy, and some really neat work.

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    I did not realize what I was getting into when I began the stop motion animation of the people moving into this building. It took about 9 days, start to finish, with a few days off in between. It was a lot of work, but making the quilt was a lot more work....as we all know! Thanks for watching the short film, and thanks for commenting! Always good to hear some feedback.

    Quote Originally Posted by quiltstringz View Post
    I can't imagine taking the time involved in this - but apparently her obsession won out! It was fun to watch. Thanks for sharing

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    That's so cool! Very creative.
    Take time to recharge your batteries. Itís hard to see where youíre going when your lights are dim. Robert H. Connelly

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