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Thread: A breast cancer sampler quilted by feline fanatic

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    WOW you both did wonderful ! I am sure it will be treasured
    To keep your mind fresh- learn one new thing a day !

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    Beautiful quilt, Don't you just love the way the quilting makes them come to life.

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    very nice thanks for sharing

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    So pretty!!!!!

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    Great job both of you. I'm sure it is being used as we type. Beautifully done.
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    that is gorgeous and the quilting is beautiful

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    Your quilting is superb. Was it freehand or done by computer. Either way your selections of patterns really complimented the quilt. You made it look like a masterpiece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kmeyer View Post
    Your quilting is superb. Was it freehand or done by computer. Either way your selections of patterns really complimented the quilt. You made it look like a masterpiece.

    Thank you so much for your kind compliments. All my work is hand guided, no computer. The star block with the feathers was 100% freehand for the feathers except the center circle. I used a lid to a cottage cheese container to stitch the first circle and then echoed it using the hopping foot as a distance guide. I used a ruler to SID around the piecing. On this quilt I also used a curved ruler and marked with a stencil.

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    Just pretty as can be, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Beautiful quilt and beautiful quilting. Thanks for sharing. Hope your friend is getting better. Blessings.

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