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Thread: WALL QUILT IN MY SEWING ROOM

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    Senior Member kacklebird's Avatar
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    This is my second or third quilt that I made a few years ago. I know I'm critical, but I don't like how the snowballs have gotten rippled or whatever you want to call it. Not sure if it was the fabric or the quilter's fault. hehehe Probably a little of both, but the other fabrics didn't get like that. I used cheapo broadcloth for the snowballs. The thing is it was the the only color that I could find that matched the rest of the fabrics. I'm one that has to have everything matching or it drives me bonkers :roll:

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    Put a little quilting in there and you won't notice it as much.

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    Great job!

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    That would be my suggestion as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by dd
    Put a little quilting in there and you won't notice it as much.

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    You just need to add more quilting to that area to nail it down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnajean
    That would be my suggestion as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by dd
    Put a little quilting in there and you won't notice it as much.
    I agree!

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    Very pretty!

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    Beautiful!

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    I think it looks just fine.

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    Looks good to me!

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