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Thread: My Snow Day Quilt

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    Super Member Damsel in DisDress's Avatar
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    Nice job! Love the colors!

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    You did it! This looks modern and very cool!

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    WOW! Love it!!

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    I started one like this and I've got to congratulate you on finishing yours! I did mine for my son in his school colors. Maybe if I'd had these beautiful batiks to play with, it might be done. Nice job!

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    Very attractive!
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    How about sparsely echo quilting? I'm thinking of lines to echo the strips, but only 1 in the smaller areas, and just a few in the larger, random widths apart, just as the strips are random. They could stay in their own block, or spill over into adjacent ones, depending on where a line of stitching could keep traveling in a kind of meander-but-with-angles instead of curves. I don't know how difficult that would be to do on a longarm--I'm imagining the finished look, not the process!

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    That is amazing. It looks like it would be reasonable to accomplish, yet it is stunning.
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    Fab-u-lous! Gorgeous colours

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