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Thread: Praying Parents for a client

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    Very nice!! Lovely quilt.
    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

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    What a family heirloom that will be treasured for years to come!

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    Beautiful!
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    Beautiful!! Amazing how you quilted all of that on that one quilt! Awesome job!
    Be the best that you can be at everything you do.

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    So beautiful!!!!!

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    I love this thread painting. I'm researching the technique to learn how to do it, but having little success. Took a Craftsy class about Thread Painting, but it was more about using prismacolors than thread. Do you have any suggestions about how to learn this technique?

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    What a wonderful testimony of their lives together and as praying parents will be very precious to their children as it is now to them some day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lodes48 View Post
    I love this thread painting. I'm researching the technique to learn how to do it, but having little success. Took a Craftsy class about Thread Painting, but it was more about using prismacolors than thread. Do you have any suggestions about how to learn this technique?
    Which part are you wanting to learn? How to create the pattern for the portrait? How to do the Free Motion Quilting to create the portrait? How to choose the threads? Perhaps if I knew which part you want to learn more about, I could offer some suggestions. Thanks to all for the kind words.
    Mom to 1, Gma to 6, Quilting since 2004, Guild member since Jan 2009.
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    What a heart warming story, how lucky to have made good friends. I'm sure the quilt will be a treasured
    item in their home. God bless all of you.
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    Absolutely beautiful. This will be treasured always.

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