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Thread: Whole cloth done!

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    Whole cloth done!

    After 30 hours of quilting I finished this whole cloth. It was on my quilting bucket list. Hope you like it.
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    Your quilting is exceptional!!
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    Some of us were discussing what an art quilt is. THIS is an art quilt! Very nice!

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    very pretty !!!!
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    Very nice! Well done for finishing it off so well.
    Patchwork Crazy!!!

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    Love it! Is it embroidered and then quilted by hand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Love it! Is it embroidered and then quilted by hand?
    No it's all machine, the horses and horseshoes are done with brown varigated thread and then plain white for the background.

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    Wow, this is amazing. Would you share how you went about creating this? LA or DSM? Did you mark this out in advance or use a product like golden threads? How did you do the border? I can't imagine trying to make that a continous line. Inquiring minds would love to know.

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    I have a long arm so I did it on there. I couple years ago I found a lady that marks whole cloth quilts really cheap, i bought 3. So it was all marked for me. The brown is rainbow thread and the white is so fine thread. There was a lot of start and stop for sure.

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    Great job love it

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