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Thread: Looking for suggestions for quilting

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    Super Member Lucky Patsy's's Avatar
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    Looking for suggestions for quilting

    Long time UFO finally finished! Now, how to quilt? Inspire me!
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    I'm not sure on the quilting because I've just started doing my own but I want to say your quilt is gorgeous! I'm not sure how you let that one become a UFO. It's really beautiful!
    Kelly

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    When I did my storm at sea and 2 hearts. I stipples small in the white. did not do the black but on yours you could go just onside the colored pieces. I did a row or two on the color part of my wall hanging.
    Yours is awesome. I really like what you did. I take it that is a panel and nice job
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    beautiful, I love your screens too. I wouldn't know where to begin. Will you be using a domestic machine, a longarm, or are you hand quilting?
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    Such a beautiful quilt, I absolutely love it. I am no help with quilting, I have the same problem and usually stick to edge to edge pantos on my large quilts. Maybe something oriental in flavor to keep the theme.
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    Forgot to say that it is great the way you carried the cranes thru the blocks, adds so much more!
    Jeanann

    PROQUILTINATING : Working on quilting when you should be cleaning, doing laundry, or cooking.

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    nicely done
    Nancy in western NY

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    Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I would do stitch in the ditch all over except the medalillion there I would tracy the birds and some long stipple in the other areas. I love you quilt by the way. Great job.
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    Stunning quilt!!! So happy you finished and shared it with us. I can't wait to see it quilted!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by fxsts93kf View Post
    I'm not sure on the quilting because I've just started doing my own but I want to say your quilt is gorgeous! I'm not sure how you let that one become a UFO. It's really beautiful!
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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