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Thread: Curved Crosshatching Experiment

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    Senior Member DottyD's Avatar
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    WOW, your quilting is fabulous -- oh that I could accomplish this !!!
    I did a workshop recently and was told about McTavashing, -- i have been doodling with pencil and paper. Just have to now practice practice !!

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    just lovely. I have a new midarm that I am trying to learn so I am impressed when someone has tamed a machine

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    Quote Originally Posted by DottyD
    WOW, your quilting is fabulous -- oh that I could accomplish this !!!
    I did a workshop recently and was told about McTavashing, -- i have been doodling with pencil and paper. Just have to now practice practice !!
    I first heard about McTavishing in my very first ever freemotion quilting class at my LQS about 2 years ago. We didn't get time to try it then, but I liked the look of it, so I ordered my first book by Karen McTavish. I got her "Custom Curves" book recently, and just yesterday, ordered the "Secrets of Elemental Quilting". I find her books and DVD's MOST helpful in getting me going on this!!!

    Wendy

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    Really stunning!!! Love it!!

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    WELL done!

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    WOW! It looks great!
    It's hard to believe you're a beginner!

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    I've been eying this book for a few months. Your piece is outstanding!

    Mandy

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    Thanks Mandy. I'd HIGHLY recommend this book and video to anyone who's interested in this technique!

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    What do I think? I think you do fabulous work. I am lucky to stitch in the ditch. I pay for someone to quilt my quilts and they are not nearly as nice as this. Do you quilt for others?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PWinston
    What do I think? I think you do fabulous work. I am lucky to stitch in the ditch. I pay for someone to quilt my quilts and they are not nearly as nice as this. Do you quilt for others?
    I do quilt for my daughter, but she's starting to do her own with her new machine now, and I'm going to do a horse show ribbon quilt for a friend this winter....But mostly I do this for myself and family because I enjoy it. I don't have a long arm, and don't want to feel like I need to make a profit.

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