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Thread: Landscape Quilting

  1. #11

    Join Date
    Jan 2007
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    I have used photo fabric to transfer pictures of itemsfrom a photograph to fabric. Might that work for your pine trees?

  2. #12

    Join Date
    Dec 2006
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    Thanks to all for your wonderful ideas on landscape quilting. I am sure I will be able to put all or some of them to good use. It is so nice to have such a great resource when you get kind of stuck....Thanks to all. :mrgreen:

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    Jan 2007
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    Vancouver, WA
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    Hi,
    Use a free-motion foot and a zigzag stitch going sideways. You will be amazed at the many things you can do with that stitch. You can border an applique piece, fill in some shading and then smooth your work by sewing back and forth over the shading and the sideways zigzag that goes into your piece. I wish I could draw it here but do some experimenting and you will come into it just by doing. Move your fabric wearing a pair of gloves to control your fabric and go for it. If you need a pix I can load something for you if need be. Good luck. quiltinlily

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