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Thread: Feathered Star in progress

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    I am working on a Feathered Star and am having second thoughts about my border. I am appliqueing a bunch of leaves & circles & will attach a row of dk green/background HST to finish this off. I think probably I chose a less than good border. Oh well, learn as we go, I suppose? Riley


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    Aaaaaaa Just beautiful

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    i'm sure it will be gorgeous with or without the border you described. have you considered alternating the direction of the triangles (as in flying geese) so they echo the star points all around?

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    My, my, my--that is gorgeous. :!: :!:

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    It's beautiful! I love the border, and I think you will, too, when it's all finished. Awesome job!

    M

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    It is beautiful... I love it...

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    That is a gorgeous quilt. Great Job.

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    Very pretty! I can't wait to see it finished. A dark green border should frame everything, but I think anything you choose will be beautiful. The "stars" of the quilt are the feathered blocks! Gorgeous!

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    Thank you all very much!

    You have certainly welcomed me nicely to your forum with all of your kind comments.

    I began to quilt when I retired from 40 years of nursing. I decided I needed a "calmer" way of life. (HA HA)

    My all time favorite form of quilting is applique & almost all of my quilts have some applique on them.

    Thanks again for your kindness! I look forward to getting to 'know' you!
    Riley

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    i just love your quilts and your work you put into it awesome job i can just piture what the quilts are going to look like when you have them quilted or you quilt them yourself beuitful :D :D :D :D

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