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Thread: quilt design?

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    quilt design?

    I am making my first quilt as you go quilt. I am doing it a two sided quilt. The blocks below is what will be on both sides. My question is "How should I quilt it?" I have only done hand quilting in the past but want to try machine quilting so it has to be an easy pattern.Name:  158.JPG
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    Last edited by appliquequiltdesigns; 09-15-2012 at 02:01 PM. Reason: forgot picture

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    I don't see anything but if it's blocks, how about stitch in the ditch? That's fairly simple.
    Heather

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    I forgot the picture so I edited the post. I am not sure if stitch in the ditch would look good on a snowball block

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    cool blocks.....

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    i would do an all over panto or meander. sitd and single motifs won't work at the blocks on the front and back are not likely to line up.
    Nancy in western NY

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    A nice big, simple meander would look wonderful!

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