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Old 02-24-2020, 05:14 PM
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Thanks, everyone! Lots of great ideas.

No, madpatter, I picked all those colours.

I went to spray baste it today, got the backing on and then got the top all ready to go and realized I didn't have enough spray! Frustrating. I was sure I had a whole new can in my sewing room. So, that will have to wait until I get to the shop.

Really appreciate all the suggestions everyone has come up with. Lots of food for thought.

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Old 02-26-2020, 04:58 AM
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Watson, that is stunning! Love those colours!

I'm personally not a fan of all over quilting for a beautiful piece like that. I love my bright colours, and I like to see how much I can make them pop!

How comfortable are you doing FMQ? Or even using your walking foot?

Me? Now, we all know I'm a bit nuts (I'm the one currently doing an applique with 497 pieces LOL) but I would do three loops in each triangle (goose) using matching thread and SITD on the black part of the triangle.

For the borders I would do a square on point with another square not on point on the inside Your "points" would join across the borders

Have fun, and I'm sure whatever you do, will make it fabulous!
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Old 02-26-2020, 05:53 AM
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Please post a picture when this is done. It's gorgeous!
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