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Thread: Need suggestions for quilting

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    wow wonderful

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl View Post
    beautiful! i would probably just do some squiggly lines radiating out from the center- have to really think about this one- but it sure is beautiful!
    That was my thought, as well.
    God Bless,
    Rachel

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    gorgeous ! No help with the quilting ideas though you have received many from the board.

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    I'm getting so many good ideas, I wonder if I can combine some of them. I really appreciate all your compliments and suggestions. I knew the good people on this board would help.
    Shirley in Arizona

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    That is gorgeous! What was the fabric that you used?
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    The fabric is Daydreams II by Stephanie Brandenburg for Camelot Cottons. It took 4 of the sunflower panels, and the borders were carefully chosen from striped yardage in the collection. I used wof for the top & bottom borders, and lof for the sides.
    Shirley in Arizona

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    I don't know what you should quilt, but I would keep it simple. You don't want to take away from your beautiful design.

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    WOW - Just fantastic, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    I have to try this technique. Yours is beautiful.
    Kathleen

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    Oh WOW! This is simply gorgeous! Love all the colors and the flower is just beautiful!!
    I too would keep it simple, the large stipple sounds good to me, or perhaps start with a
    small circle in the center, then gradiating circles throughout. This is the part that always
    gets me, always afraid to start the quilting part. Again, your quilt is Fantastic!!!
    !!
    Just One Proud Military Mom!!!

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