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Thread: UFO completion for the day

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    Power Poster Jingle's Avatar
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    Very pretty. More or less quilting is up to you.
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    Less is more - great job!
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    It looks great!

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    looks good as it is, but more quilting will not make it look overdone
    Nancy in western NY

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    I love your quilt...but I would add more quilting, it will pop your applique
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    It looks nice as it is but if you wanted to add more quilting, I would put in a stipple to match the background fabric. White thread would blend in and would add quilting but not take away from the design.

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    Thanks Tartan, like your idea. I keep looking at the quilt and think I will give that a try.

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    I think just a bit more quilting in the plaid would do it you have time. I don't think it would sag with what you have done, but over time, it might, if it were hanging.

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    Very pretty, I am always amazed at people who can applique so beautifully...not my cup of tea!
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    I think it's perfect as it is! Less is definitely more and this is such a pretty quilt!

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