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Thread: How do I quilt this?

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    Super Member Carron's Avatar
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    my vote is for what ever you want to do....do try to do something that will make the flowers pop. Beautiful quilt.

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    I agree with this, except I would do a grid on point instead of a stipple. I think it would fit the embroidery motif better than a more modern stipple. The downside of this is you'll need to mark it...
    A 2" grid would be nice. I often prefer a double stitch line about a half inch apart, I think it looks classier
    Last edited by Baloonatic; 01-10-2013 at 07:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baloonatic View Post
    I agree with this, except I would do a grid on point instead of a stipple. I think it would fit the embroidery motif better than a more modern stipple. The downside of this is you'll need to mark it...
    A 2" grid would be nice. I often prefer a double stitch line about a half inch apart, I think it looks classier

    First I have a juki on a frame and can only quilt about 4" across the face of the quilt. So, that's a bit limiting. Second I'm not sure what a grid on point is...ha. Do you have a picture & would it be hard to do with a 4" quilting space?

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    I embroidery, and I agree with the others! Nice work!

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