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Thread: Continuous Line Quilting

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    Continuous Line Quilting

    The first I've ever done and may be my last )). A challenge but a confidence builder.
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    Very pretty.

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    So cute! I recently finished my quilt Covey of Quails from this pattern, I really enjoyed the technique. Did you edge stitch your appliqués?

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    Interesting design.....hard to see the quilting.....did you just outline thruout???
    Very pretty color choices.....

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    It looks great. Don't give up.

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    Ha! Yes I did edge stitch the applique. If I had not, everything would have lifted. Those teeny tiny little feet gave me stress ((. But, I got it done, whew!!! Because it is a wall hanging, I wish I had used a different batting...maybe Soft and Stable?

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    ​Very cute!

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    I can't see the quilting but I love the pattern! Very pretty and nicely done!
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    Love those quail and their little babies! Nice fabric too - looks like it was a lot of work!!
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    Fantastic job!

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    That is very pretty.

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    It definitely teaches machine control. I've done a contiuum quilting pattern from Willow Bend and it turned out great. Also some from McKenna Ryan, raw edge applique. Definitely stressful, but so worth the work. Yours came out beautiful. Where did you buy your pattern?

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    Looks great!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    Terrific quail!
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    Just gorgeous. I have never seen a pattern like that. Looks like it was a lot of work but well worth it. It came out beautiful.

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    I hate to sound dumb, but what is continuous line quilting?

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    Lovely panel. Well done.
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    One of my guild members has the pattern and has permission to teach a maximum of ten.
    A tip..it is important to use batik to eliminate fraying.
    After the fact, I read that shortening the stitch length results in more control.

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    Oh wow! That's beautiful in both color and design

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    Very interesting.

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    Cute but hard to see your quilting.
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    WOW, that looks great, a lot of work though.

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    Pretty, love the colors!

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    Love it! Do you have a name for the pattern?
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