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Thread: Dewnet Colored Pencils -What would you do?

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    They are beautiful. I think I would keep the quilting to mostly outlining on the face and the hat and then maybe do heavier quilting on the background. I agree that I would experiment with a sample first!

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    I agree with DogHouseMom. Echo quilting from the faces out to the sides of the blocks. A pretty sashing between them would be nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by DogHouseMom View Post
    Very pretty. I wouldn't quilt inside the drawings except perhaps to outline the hats and the faces. So the only quilting "in" the drawings would be where the hat is over the forehead.

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    I've been guilty of drawing on fabric, and embroidering around the edges of picture -

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    Your drawings are beautiful. I would love to be able to draw on fabric - not that talented. I would be careful to not have the quilting outdo/overwhelm the drawings. Your drawings will be the star of this quilt, not the quilting. Good luck.

    Brenda

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    WOW! The pictures look fabulous! It will make a gorgeous quilt!

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