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Thread: Freehand Wholecloth Wallhanging...quilted by Kevin

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    Freehand Wholecloth Wallhanging...quilted by Kevin

    This is not yet finished (have to trim and put on the binding), but this is Kevin's latest freehand whole cloth quilt. He's donating it to the MQS show in Wichita this May for their charity auction on May 16. Thanks for looking

    Christine
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    Beautiful. I just can't wrap my mind around the artistic talent things like that take.

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    Freehand?!!!! that is amazing work.

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    Wonderful work!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter View Post
    Beautiful. I just can't wrap my mind around the artistic talent things like that take.
    Me too. Great job!

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    Could you please tell me on what sort of machine Kevin did this wonderfull quilting. I am getting mad with my Janome 7700! The Guterman cotton thread breaks every minute, and on my Elna 1 there is no problem ! But to quilt the center of the bed cover I cannot reach with the Grasshopper, I had to go back to Janome. Excuse my bad english, I am french!

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    I wish I was in the drawing. Beautiful quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ombragrise View Post
    Could you please tell me on what sort of machine Kevin did this wonderfull quilting. I am getting mad with my Janome 7700! The Guterman cotton thread breaks every minute, and on my Elna 1 there is no problem ! But to quilt the center of the bed cover I cannot reach with the Grasshopper, I had to go back to Janome. Excuse my bad english, I am french!
    We use Nolting longarm machines. I use a Fun Quilter and he has a 24" Pro model.

    Christine

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    I love this. I just wish I had some of that talent.

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    That is beautiful and what a wonderful thing to do.
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