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Thread: Finally finished top

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    Super Member Donna P's Avatar
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    Well, I finally finished the top of my Grandmothers Flower Garden. Now for the hard part...I need to start hand quilting it....I started this quilt the 11th June and finished 9th Aug not to bad I don't think. Any suggestions for a quilting pattern?
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    Very pretty and cheerful !

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    Speedy-you are. Finished top looks really nice.
    quilting ideas come hard for me to visualize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by needles3thread
    Speedy-you are. Finished top looks really nice.
    quilting ideas come hard for me to visualize.
    Can't wait to see what you come up with tho.... :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TanyaL
    Very pretty and cheerful !

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    Looks great. Thank you for sharing.

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    Very nice. Good luck with quilting

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Are you doing this by hand or machine? Could you sew along each block 1/4 in. in for the edge, or are you looking for something less time consuming than that? How about a small wave along every other row (that would go along with the change in angle of the little blocks)?

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    WOW!.. Great job!

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