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Thread: Miss Kelley quilt pattern made by leatheflea

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    Miss Kelley quilt pattern made by leatheflea

    Made this little cutie to go in my studio. After finishing and looking at how it hangs, I think Im going to do more quilting on the the applique to make the puckers go away. You can find the pattern at Erin Russeks etsy site http://www.etsy.com/listing/91922197/miss-kelly. This is the 2nd wall hanging Ive made from this series of quilt patterns. Valentine Tweet Wall Hanging I'm also slowly working on a full size quilt with all the patterns.Wow this is louder than I thought! Sorry that the picture is so blurry, for some reason my camera just would focus this morning. After about 10 attempts I just choose the best one.
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    how very pretty. Your work is lovely.
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    nice quilt and quilting.....

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    It is beautiful, love applique.

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    its beautiful like thecolors!!!
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    Very Pretty!!!!!

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    that is very pretty, indeed!
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    Your wallhanging is beautiful! I love the clean lines of the appliqué but I have puzzled over the same dilemma too. Do you leave the big appliqués plain, which highlights the shapes or put in some quilting to get rid of the puckers? I think the next time I do big shapes I will use water solvable thread to stitch extra batt behind the shapes for a trapunto effect before sandwiching.

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    Beautiful!

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    So beautiful. You do beautiful work.

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