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Thread: I Wooly Love Ewe

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    JLD
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    Quote Originally Posted by faykilgore View Post
    That is awesome! The sheep are entirely quilting stitches, no appliquéd fabric? What a special quilt and some good FMQ ideas! Thanks for sharing.
    I should have put that there was applique involved. The Sheep and hearts were machine appliqued down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane007 View Post
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    Is it the quilting to give the sheep the 3-D look?
    I think you are talking about the quilting on the sheep. I am not sure that it makes it look 3-D but it adds texture. Hope that answered your question.

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    wow that is beautiful and cute. Love the colors. Great job.
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    Hello JLD:
    I cannot believe you made that quilt so fast! I love it in those shades of blue and how you quilted in the sheep! You did a great job - I can see why you had a hard time giving the quilt away because it's so cute. Thanks for posting - I'm always curious to see what others make with something I passed along.
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    Sew precious!
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    The pattern is in Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting, Jan/Feb 2009. I made one about a year ago for my oldest DD, who is a knitter/spinner/dyer.

    I'll post a photo of my version in a separate thread. Don't want to take over this one!

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    Great job!! I really love the colors.
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    Super cute!

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    Darling! Adorable! Precious! I don't blame you for wanting to keep this little beauty... nor am I surprised that its new owners were thrilled. This is too cute!
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    Ewe did a terrific job! Hope it wins a ribbon...what fun!
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