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    Super Member rosemaynes's Avatar
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    I would have to admit after quilting this one.... I think I like them too. :oops: This is the first one that I have done for her but I have one more to do.
    Thank you for taking a look.
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    A close up of the center and I think you can see my stitiching.
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    The 4 borders.
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    The top border with the little fairy blocks.
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    The back and the quilting.
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    I love that quilting!

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    Love it! Great work!

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    Just curious, I know you do mostly computer guided quilting and I was wondering if you digitized the larger fairy panel for the quilting of that part or was it easier to free hand the outlines of the fairy and flower?

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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic
    Just curious, I know you do mostly computer guided quilting and I was wondering if you digitized the larger fairy panel for the quilting of that part or was it easier to free hand the outlines of the fairy and flower?
    No it is to big to digitize and would take to long. This was just free hand. You start off with following the out lines and then fill in where it needs it. But it is fun and a brake from the other type of quilting.
    Rose

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    oh how adorable. You quilting just makes it POP!

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    Rose, Your quilting is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    beautiful :)

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Beautiful quilt & quilting!

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    Beautiful quilting - you and Charisma are in a whole different league!!

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    How very pretty with your quilting.... i love hose panels...

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    Very nice. My GOM has completed a couple of fairy quilts for little girls in our life, and just meander quilted. Your quilting is beautiful. So clever!!

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    impressive quilting!

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    You do a wonderful job quilting! Thanks for sharing!

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    Looks beautiful! Well Done!

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    lovely quilting!

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    I love fairies too. This is just beautiful.

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    So pretty, I love it. Is it from Michael Miller? I bought the pink one and the purple one to make each of my granddaughters one, still in my to do pile. This makes me want to get started on them.

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    beautiful!

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    Sewwwwwwwwwww pretty!......Michele

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    You do great quilting

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    very nice quilting

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    Very nice quilt! I love the fairies and shadow quilting is so fun.

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    Beautiful

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