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Thread: an experiment I just finished today

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    I was trying out some different quilting designs, I am not as good as most of you here. The center is called seeding, which worked pretty on the print, and no puckers!! :D
    Pugzilla seemed to like it too.
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    Very Nice. I love pugzilla!!!

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    Looks great!

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    Oh MY!!
    I thought pugzilla was a design feature!

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    It's beautiful - and so is your dog.

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    great job on the quilt

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    I've never seen seeding before and it's very nice. Love your inspector!!!

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    LOL!!! Silly pup!! Looks like the inspector can't find anything wrong and I agree. Nice quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hperttula123
    I've never seen seeding before and it's very nice. Love your inspector!!!
    I haven't either, but it looks really effective....Pugzilla definitely approves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debbie54
    I was trying out some different quilting designs, I am not as good as most of you here. The center is called seeding, which worked pretty on the print, and no puckers!! :D
    Pugzilla seemed to like it too.
    Can you explain what "seeding" is exactly? I wish I could see a closer view. Your Quilt is really pretty.

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    beautiful, not sure what seeding is???

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    he's sure tring it out. he looks like you have his approval. I've got to go find out what seeding is. I like the way it looks.ty

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    I will have to check out seeding as well. Looks very nice though. Works great on that quilt.

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    That looks very nice. And Pug looks like he likes it too!!

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    Very nice. It looks like it passed inspection :)

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    I love your quilt it is a beautiful picture! lol...love your doggie too and his name :thumbup: Can you explain the seeding part please? I tried looking it up and saw a few pictures with no explanation on how it is done.

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    I think Pugzilla thought the log was real.

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    You MUST explain what "seeding" is. This is the first time I heard of it....most interesting!

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    The idea came from "The Quilter's Ultimate Visual Guide", by Ellen Pahl, editor.(1997) on page 191 seed quilting is definied as individual stiches go in every direction with no constant patterning at all, resembling seeds cast on the ground. I just did a spot and lifted the foot, moved it a bit, did it again, and so on. I trimed all the connected threads at the end.It looks very similar to tyong to me too, but I liked the way it worked on the picture portion of my quilt. I did the edges different.

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    I love it!! Thank you for the explanation, I want to try this too :D:D:D

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    At first glance I thought pugzilla was an applique in the quilt!!

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