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Thread: Anne's quilt and a quilting experiment

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    Anne's quilt and a quilting experiment

    Anne made the darling top with the wool applique. The herringbone in the fabric is so cute in the flower pots. I wanted to keep the "tone " of her quilt but was having problems with her blocks with 1" squares. I made flowers by making a feathered ring with crosshatching, free motion, no rulers, in the center. They are classic but not too formal.

    The second is my "homework" from the Design It, Quilt It class from Craftsy.com. I was trying the rings and feather done as if it is behind the butterfly and also the pebbles in the outer part among the McTavishing. I have really enjoyed this class. It has given me the courage to start doing large wholecloths. But I am working my way up.
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    beautiful quilt and quilting!!!!
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    Wool appliqués look so bright and vibrant on a quiltt. Love the quilting!

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    The flower pot quilt is very cute ... love your butterfly quilt!

    Was the butterfly done on a domestic or a long arm??
    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

    Sue

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    I love the vibrant colors of the wool! If I ever do it--now I know what to use. You made a stunning quilt!
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    What a wonderful quilt! You are so talented!
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    Your quilting is spectacular!

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    Gorgeous quilt and quilting! Thanks for sharing this lovely work.

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    love the quilt and the quilting

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    Both you and Anne did such a great job on a beautiful quilt.

    Linda

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