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Thread: Bargello

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    paintedquilt's Avatar
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    Really nice :!:

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    What's the best way to quilt a bargello? I am piecing my first bargello which is for a queen size bed. I usually hand quilt but want to machine quilt this one. Do I have to stitch in the ditch each piece?

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    Junior Member ngabrielle's Avatar
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    Sorry for the delay in responding, I had a professional quilter quilt it for me. No yet confident to try quilting myself.

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    I registered this quilt at the Ottawa Valley Quilt Guild Show, held this past weekend. I won a "Ribbon", 3rd place in my category. This is my first bed size quilt (I had done two lap quilts prior to undertaking this one). This is my first time putting a quilt in a show and I was lucky to walk away with a "ribbon", wow, so so happy. Thank to all of you for your kind words. Thought I should share the last of tid bit news on this quilt. It's now going to its new home on July 1st! My daughter is anxiously awaiting for it. :)

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    Junior Member ngabrielle's Avatar
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    Hi, no stitch in the ditch for this one. I have done the 1/4" seam only. The professional quilter was able to quilt over each and every single pieces. She's done an amazing job.

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    Hi, it took me roughly 100 hours +. Lots of ripping seams to get the close to perfect 1/4". I admit I am a bit of a perfectionist.

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    This quilt is absolutely gorgeous! You certainly can't call yourself a new quilter any longer! Your piecing is terrific!!!

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    Gorgeous quilt! Love the colors, too. Thanks for sharing.

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    new quilter, you are amazing and so is your quilt...

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