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Thread: Celtic Knot on French Braid

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    Junior Member Nancygeddes's Avatar
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    Go with stitch in the ditch, it will highlight the quilt better then a lot of squiggling threads meandering nowhere!

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    This quilt is wonderful. Great job, love the colors.

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    Very pretty. Love the colors!

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    However you decide, it will be even more gorgeous.
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    tesspug has it!
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    Maybe do some intricate quilting with black thread in the borders, and then SITD everywhere else? I agree, let the braid and Celtic parts shine without adding distracting quilting.
    Mistakes are just opportunities to invent a new quilting technique!

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    You are right, the quilt has a beauty of its own, I made a similar braid quilt and I just "stitched in the ditch" always remember "Less Is More", as a suggestion maybe hand quilt around the Celtic Knot designs to make them "Pop".

    The quilt is magnificent, the colours are stunning, it almost looks like a leadlight window, congratulations.
    Aussie Carol

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    OHHHHHH! So pretty!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

    Sharon
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    That is beautiful!

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    wow... great colors

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