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Thread: First all Feather Quilt done!

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    OMG, 4th quilt quilted and you are doing those gorgeous feathers! Bravo!!!! Fabulous quilt and quilting!
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    You should be so proud. That is beautiful!!!
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Nicely done Cindy! Very nice wreaths and swags! I do like that half-feather border!
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    Gorgeous quilt and I think the feathers are pretty!
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    BEAUTIFUL. BrendaK
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    I think you did a wonderful job. Love the quilt.
    Jojos Nana, Carol

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    What was the site where you took the lessons? You did a GREAT job!

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    That is amazing to have that much control on only your fourth quilt.
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    You did a great job! I have done about 12 quilts for charity so far on my longarm and I don't think I am brave enough to tackle feathers. I have to admit, I enjoy doing freehand work over pantographs. I have a group that makes a lot of scrappy pieced hearts for charity and I have been getting pretty good at doing hearts freehand. The one I did today had a lot of stop and starts because the maker of the top had put a sashing between the hearts. I did a wavy line in the sashing across and did some curly q's and hearts along the top and bottom, then I unpinned and turned the quilt and repinned it on and did the side borders and the other sashings. It turned out pretty good - even if I do say so myself --- of course, I had to look up how to do the side and other sashings once I had the first part done - I was so afraid I was going to find out I needed to to them as I went along -- thank goodness for the book!

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    Beautiful work, you look like a pro at feathers

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