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Thread: Celtic Knot on French Braid

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    Super Member sewdamncute's Avatar
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    Since you designed and constructed that gorgeous quilt, I am confident that however you quilt it will only enhance it. Just a beautiful job.
    Blessed Be
    Darlene

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    I think all of the appropriate adjectives have already been used. I have been in love with French Braid for a long time but this is the most dramatic one I have ever seen. Congrats on a job WELL done.

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    very pretty !!!!
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    You made a gorgeous quilt! I agree with the SID suggestion for the main part and embroidery with the knots. Your design and fabrics totally speak for themselves.

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    I'm drooling, this is gorgeous!
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    WOW, WOW, WOW,!! What an awesomely gorgeous quilt! Great job on choosing those colors! So dramatic! Just beautiful!

    I think SID would be appropriate.

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    Since time is of the essence, I'd SID on the body of the quilt and then do a cross hatch on the border, using masking tape to mark it out. Absolutely stupendous work!

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    Outstanding. Quilting by SID and maybe fancy up the borders will be nice

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