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Thread: Aquamarine Ambience quilt

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    Senior Member SewSew2's Avatar
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    The design is by Jenny Haskins and the name of the quilt is Aquamarine Ambience. She has a new one that is called Summer Wine but after this I am not ready to do another one of hers at this time.
    The Bernina shop I go to started and embroidery club and this was the second quilt we made. I think about five of us made this one....each choosing our own material and colors. One lady made hers out of silk....which is beautiful.
    I will try and get some of the blocks up close. I think I may have some that I took before I put them together.
    Thanks for each comment.

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    I resized some of the blocks so you may see a close up.
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    Here are a few more. Did not want to take all the space up for more. Hope this help to see some close ups.
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    That is Stunning....fantastic job!

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    Thank you so much for posting the close ups....as I expected they are exquisite...I can understand why you don't want to do another one in a hurry though - it must have taken ages. :D

    Was each embroidery done separately then the block put together or did you just reposition on a 12" piece of fabric?

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    Exquisite!

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    That is so beautiful. All your hard work payed off. Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    WOW is that nice you did a lovely job.

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    ok, what size hoop did you use? is that a design that you have to do in sections or is it smaller than it looks ? I haven't tried any of the large designs that have to be divided and done in sections, since I don't have much time to spend with it I just stick to the basics and do small single hoop ones, usually 4X4 or smaller.
    oh, by the way, the quilt is beautiful, excuse my manners! :shock:

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    Absolutle gorgeous!! The time it took you - congrats on finishing it!!!!!

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