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Thread: Advancement - learning - doubt!

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    Hello to all!
    Thank you very much for your lovely words!
    A big hug for each one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie the "Ripper" View Post
    Your work is beautiful. I like the way you stippled behind the manger scene (yellow area) and I would fill in space behind 3 wise men the same way. Also, if there are any other yellow backgrounds in the rest of the quilt, I would treat them in the same way. This way you would have consistency throughout.
    Hi, Rosie the Ripper!
    Thank you very much!
    I loved your advice! But the fabric behind the Magi is different it is brown clear, the Manger is the only yellow and I wanted also to that area that would be different. This top is 2009 when I did not know that the colors of the blocks had to be combined! Lol! : (
    But well, yet not I decide as filling the rest of the funds of the appliqué, because to the edge I want to try a pen!
    Heart's really thank you for teaching me how to make!
    A big hug!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSellers View Post
    Gladys is this a pattern you made or is it one that's available?? I love it, and your work all together. I love to see the quilts when you post. Thank you.
    Thank you.
    The original pattern is "Joy to the World" by Art to Heart.
    It was amended in its entirety by a Spanish quiltera and by me.
    A hug!

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    You did a wonderful job!! Well done!
    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

    Sue

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    Thank you very much, Sue!
    A big hug!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie the "Ripper" View Post
    Your work is beautiful. I like the way you stippled behind the manger scene (yellow area) and I would fill in space behind 3 wise men the same way. Also, if there are any other yellow backgrounds in the rest of the quilt, I would treat them in the same way. This way you would have consistency throughout.
    I agree. Great job.

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    simply beautiful!

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    very nice love it

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    I think you did a great job. Thanks for sharing.

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    The only time you HAVE to fill the piece with quilting is if its going into a show.
    Personally I like the contrast between heavily quilted areas and not. But only it there are no wrinkles or gathers from the heavy quilting.
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