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Thread: is it turkey tracks or crow foot quilting?

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    Super Member nanabirdmo's Avatar
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    here is another baby quilt that i used this method of quilting. or is it considered to be tacking? i know that it is the fastest method of attaching the sandwich together 8) :wink: 8) i just don't seem to have the patience to quilt traditionally. and since i can take a small quilt to work i am whipping thru these simple baby quilts using this method. anyone else do much of this turkey/crow foot tacking/quilting?
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    Senior Member anita211's Avatar
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    I tie a lot of quilts with perle cotton. I have never heard of the turkey track method... please explain.

    Anita

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    I started doing Crows Foot when I was much much much younger. I didn't know the name turkey tracks until I got on this board. It must be a regional thing. The bottom line is that it looks so nice and puffy, and is quick.

    Here ya go, Anita. http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/1753.page

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    I guess it depends on where you live. Your quilt is really cute though going by either name!

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    Senior Member anita211's Avatar
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    thanks Sara... I have never heard of that in Minnesota. I use a surgeon's knot when tying. It makes for a tight knot.

    Anita

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    I love the pattern and the fabric you used! Very cute quilt.

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    I love the fabric in this quilt, blues and lavendars are on of my favorites!!! I love the tracks you use to quilt it, too!!! :D :D :D

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    Cute! Whatever it is called, I like it!

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    I like it to. I would like to try this because I love hand work, but I am not to good at instrutions I do better with hands on someone showing me. I am going to your instructions and see if I can do this.

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    oh that pretty whatever you call it :wink: :wink:

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