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Thread: 'A Hearty Splash of Colour' batik wallhanging

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    Just lovely K, and love the little hearts, what with Valentines coming along soon! Colours are beautifully arranged.

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    Very Pretty

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    love it love it so pretty :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Wow Kathryn, that is stunning!!!!! Aren't batiks amazing..they transform when they go into a quilt. Now I want to make that!! It would also be a cute doll quilt! Love the holders too---I'll have to try that on the next smallish quilt I make.

    I also checked out the method for quilt as you go. I don't think I'd have the patience for it. But the quilting and overall effect came out beautifully!

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    That would look great on my WALL! I would want to enjoy that with a cup of warm coffee every morning. The black really makes it POP which is amazing as batik tends to pop all by itself without any assistance but this is gorgeous.

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    Kathryn, I love that! I wasn't always a huge batik fan, but I'm really really warming up to them too. I love the black you used as it makes it look like you are looking at a warm sunset out the window (well..if you squint and haven't had much coffee...yet) :lol:

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    Batiks feel so much crisper to me than normal fabric. I love them.

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    So very pretty :thumbup:

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    Beautiful quilt! And I really like the corners sewn on the back for a dowel. I have never see that. I will have to give it try for a small wall hanging. Thanks for sharing!

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    Absolutely stunning! I am not a batik fan, but this may change my mind...I love it!

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