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Thread: Hoop Sisters Embroidered Feathered Star Quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by newbee3 View Post
    this is embroidery am I right a friend of mine is making this same quilt I think
    Yes it is.

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    Your work is lovely, the quilt beautiful, the border phenomenal. What a perfect creation!

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    WOW! Your quilt is beautiful, I just love stars and the quilting in fantastic. Certainly a piece of work.

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    The quilt is stunning. You are truly to be congratulated. That is a very time consuming quilt. Hoop Sisters does do a great time with their digitizing which makes it a lot easier.

    I have a work in progress - Goose Tracks. I really don't understand how to cover the seams on the back. Would you mind sharing a picture of the back of the quilt & tell me how you sewed the bias tape on the back? Or whatever method & covering you used?

    Thanks so much for sharing!
    Sew a Little, Love a Lot & Live like you were dying!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb in Louisiana View Post
    The quilt is stunning. You are truly to be congratulated. That is a very time consuming quilt. Hoop Sisters does do a great time with their digitizing which makes it a lot easier.

    I have a work in progress - Goose Tracks. I really don't understand how to cover the seams on the back. Would you mind sharing a picture of the back of the quilt & tell me how you sewed the bias tape on the back? Or whatever method & covering you used?

    Thanks so much for sharing!
    Sending you a pm with pictures of how to do it. I, personally, did not like the sashing on the back so I put another backing on and did the old stitch in the ditch.

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    I was wondering if Warm and Natural would be stable enough for embroidery in the hoop. Apparently it worked just fine

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    Forgot to ask what machine you use....if you've said, I missed that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldquilter View Post
    I was wondering if Warm and Natural would be stable enough for embroidery in the hoop. Apparently it worked just fine
    It worked great for me. When I did the Goose Tracks I made a wallhanging so the battilizer was good for that because it is stiff. I didn't want this queen to be that stiff so took my chances on the Warm and Natural and I am happy with it. I used a Pfaff Creative vision 5.0 on this one and a Baby Lock Essante for the Goose Tracks.

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    Gorgeous, and the border is magnificent!

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    WOW!!! I love this it is simply stunning both in craftsmanship and quilting! THank you for sharing.
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