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Thread: Feathers pantograph

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    Feathers pantograph

    This a quilt for a 10 year old girl, the client asked for a pattern that would grow with her.

    So we decided on a classic feather pattern she won't out grow this quilt and it will look "cool"

    in her room even into her teenage years.
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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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    Wow, that's gorgeous! Lucky little girl.
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    Wow! It is a gorgeous quilt!! Love the purple, the pattern, and the fantastic quilting!!
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    Beautiful quilting and a lovely quilt. Great job. She will really love it. Thanks for posting.

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    The quilt is so beautiful and will be a treasure for years to come.

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    Beautiful quilt! I love the fabric and pattern and your quilting really enhances it!

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    nicely done
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    Wow! This is absolutely gorgeous!!! Love the purples and the quilting is amazing. Love the pics showing the top quilted without binding etc yet. But one question.....wondered about the quilting going right up to the edge....won't the binding cover up some of the quilting? I know zits about long arm quilting so forgive me if I should know the answer!! Do love that quilt tho!! Polly

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    ​Absolutely beautiful! You did a fantastic job on the quilting.

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    nice

    just love your long arming....... wow wow wow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pollytink View Post
    But one question.....wondered about the quilting going right up to the edge....won't the binding cover up some of the quilting?
    Usually we "set back" an inch for binding, this quilt has two different size borders and we felt that the set back would highlight the difference, and not look right

    So on this quilt the quilting will go up under the binding.
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    I'm in love with your quilt! Just can't stop staring at your pictures! Simply beautiful!

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    Oh what a yummy quilt! Love it!! Great job!
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    Outgrow it? Seriously...I would love it at any age...gorgeous and lucky little girl. Hope she knows what a keepsake it is.
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    Ohhhhhhhhhhhh, is that jaw dropping.
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    Yes,jaw dropping is what I also think.stunning.beautiful.
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    Very pretty quilt and gorgeous quilting.
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    WOW - A Beauty, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed night
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    Beautiful fabric, pattern and quilting.....love it.
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    That turned out perfect, didn't it?
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    Beautiful work!!!!

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    Gorgeous! Those colors are so rich and beautiful. The quilting is fantastic too!

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    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.

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    That is the nicest feather panto I have seen. You made the right choice for this quilt.. its beatiful.

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