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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!!!
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