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Thread: North Country Wallhanging

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    Senior Member mtngrl's Avatar
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    Wow! Beautiful!
    "An essential aspect of creativity is not being afraid to fail." Edwin Land

    Blessings! Ruth

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    oh my goodness! beautiful handquilting! this is the second quilt of yours that i've seen and as a beginner handquilter your work has definitely given me something to strive for!

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    lovely work
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    It is a beautiful quilt. I do a double take every time I see your location as in Iowa, not far from where I live, we have the towns of Holstein and Schleswig!

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    Wow! Your quilt is absolutely gorgeous. Thank you for sharing.

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    How did you needlemark your quilt? I don't know what this means. Your quilt is really beautiful.

    Quote Originally Posted by Borntohandquilt View Post
    Hello to you all! I hope you have had a wonderful Thanksgiving Day.

    Here are some pictures of a North Country wallhanging I made in 2010. It came back home to me a few days ago after it's 2-years-journey with a traveling exhibition, organized by the German quilter's guild.

    The size of the quilt is 49" x 40" and it's hand quilted. The patterns are very traditional North Country patterns like rose, flat iron and fans. I used Legacy 80/20 batting and YLI hand quilting thread. The patterns are needlemarked, therefore I didn't have to remove any pencil marks. Just perfect on a light colored fabric like this one.

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    WOW absolutely gorgeous.

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    I am speechless. It is so beautiful.

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    beautiful hand quilting.
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    beautiful needlework

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