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Thread: Hawaiian breadfruit wip

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    Member Three Dog Night's Avatar
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    I took a on-line class taught by Nancy Chong at Quilt University, she recommends the 1/2 spacing for the echo quilting or using the width of your pinky finger. I am still working on my project and really enjoyed the class and have already bought more material. Nancy has a website with her sister Janice called Pacific Rim Quilt Company that has great patterns, fabric and instructional dvds. On my applique of the bread fruit I quilted a circular pattern in the middle and then leaf ribbing on the leaves. Yours is beautiful.

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    fabulous work...I love it...I have been interested in Hawaiian quilts but never had the nerve to try one. I do love applique and am getting better with each attempt...maybe one day I will try a pillow.
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    I love your quilt. I use to live in Hawaii. (Territory of Hawaii ) a long time ago. I to plan to make a Hawaiian stile quilt one day (I do have my fabric already). On your big quilt the echo quilting they tell me should be a finger width a part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mary quilting View Post
    I love your quilt. I use to live in Hawaii. (Territory of Hawaii ) a long time ago. I to plan to make a Hawaiian stile quilt one day (I do have my fabric already). On your big quilt the echo quilting they tell me should be a finger width a part.
    i am currently picking stitches out of this one so it will be correct...i can't stand for it to not be done the right way lol...best of luck with your quilt

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    Bow tuck

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Size:  924.6 KBBow tuck made as orders.

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    Noella - You need to post your bag pictures in your own thread.

    Your breadfruit applique is very pretty, love that color. Your handquilting is gorgeous.
    Another Phyllis
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    that's so pretty... nicely done
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    It is gorgeous!
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    Your stitching is amazing. I can hardly wait to see the full size one you do. Beautiful work.
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    love your colours...
    nice

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