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Thread: Feathers pantograph

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    I agree with Brenda K!!!! I love this quilt and the quilting is awesome!!!!!!!!
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    I hope that I didn't get anything on the quilt as I was drooling. Beautiful quilt and stunning quilting. Heck I wouldn't outgrow this quilt and I am over 70. Just wonderful. BrendaK
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    Quote Originally Posted by lfletcher View Post
    I love that feather pantograph. Do you mind my asking where you got it? I'm a longarmer too and would like to add it to my collection. Great job.
    I also would like to know the name and where you got that panto. I love feathers but have had a difficult time making freehand feathers, so this panto would be great to have. ~Shirley

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    Pretty quilt & your quilting makes it absolutely beautiful. Did you free hand this? Sure wish I could do feathers that look like your's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lfletcher View Post
    I love that feather pantograph. Do you mind my asking where you got it? I'm a longarmer too and would like to add it to my collection. Great job.
    This is it, it is brand new, as soon as I saw it I knew I had to try it.

    http://www.threesistersfabric.com/di...-e2e-1385.html

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    I also would like to know the name and where you got that panto. I love feathers but have had a difficult time making freehand feathers, so this panto would be great to have. ~Shirley


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    Love the quilting; you did an excellent job on it. And the 10 year old will love the quilt as well!

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    Turned out beautiful. Those are great feathers on an awesome quilt.
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    Indeed! I think it will last way into her married years! So beautiful and your feaithers look wonderful, lovely contrast between the crisp white and shades of purple! Such an interesting pattern, almost like Christmas ornaments.

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    It is perfect for any age. Good choice. I love it.
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    Wow! Your feathers are beautiful! Pretty quilt as well. She will love it

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    Oh my heavenly days..I am not a purple fan, but that is FABULOUS!!! If that little 10 year old ever gets tired of this quilt, you just let me know...I'll take over. That is a beautiful pantograph. You did a fantastic job and I'll bet it took a lot of energy to do this. Love it!
    Gramma to Isabella and NEW baby brother Enzo!

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    LOVELY. What else can I say. Superb job quilting this and it is such a great quilt.
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