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Thread: Paper Pieced Coneflowers

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    Super Member FancyFoot's Avatar
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    This paper pieced wall hanging measures 18 x 22. I got the pattern from the book Foundation Pieced Nature Quilts.
    I stitched in the ditch around all the flower petals & leaves & a little FMQ in the border.


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    oooooooooohhhhhhhhhh, beautiful. :thumbup:

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    If I saw that pile of patterns on my table I probably would have given up. Glad you stuck with it and ended up with a beautiful quilt. You did an amazing job with the piecing as well as the quilting.

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    really beautiful

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    Beautiful.

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    Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltsRfun
    If I saw that pile of patterns on my table I probably would have given up. Glad you stuck with it and ended up with a beautiful quilt. You did an amazing job with the piecing as well as the quilting.
    That was my first thought too! :lol:

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    :shock: Oh my goodness, that would totally overwhelm me. It sure is beautiful!

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    Great work, you have a lot of talent and patience to have made those really pretty cornflowers.

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    Great job! I've been thinking of getting this book. (That deer pattern intrigues me!) Are you going to do any more from it?

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