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Thread: Feathers

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    Beautiful, you did a wonderful job.

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    I find it hard to believe you did this to learn - it looks professional! It is lovely.
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    Gorgeous!!!! Love the colors and the heart and your quilting is awesome!!!!
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    ABSOLUELY GORGEOUS!! Did you mark it out first or do it all freehand?

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    Oh my that's fantastic
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    That's gorgeous!
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    WOW!!! That is very creative and very beautiful.

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    Stunning piece of art you did. I did enjoy it.
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    WOW!!! that is just beautiful!

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    Wow, very well done! I love to FMQ, but am terrible at doing feathers, so I always appreciate someone else's work on feathers.

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    All I can say is, Spectacular!!

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    Very impressive!

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    All I can say is.....just beautiful!!!

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    That is wonderful! You could be teaching feathers....

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    Wow, really pretty! was this done on a domestic machine or longarm? Great job!!
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    Wow! It's fantastic!
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    Super quilting! Love your feathers and borders are so perfectly done!
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    Congrats on learning free motion! I am intrigued by your border. Any hints for us quilters trying to do this?
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    Oh! That is so beautiful I'm speechless! I don't know how you ever do this. Unbelieveable!

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    Truly awesome work. After posting, I read some of other comments and realized "awesome" truly is the right word!
    Last edited by marymm; 03-30-2012 at 01:03 PM.

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    What a talent you are. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us all. Just gorgeous.

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    Oh my word! This quilt is absolutely stunning! I do declare... the quilts I see on here are just one beauty after another! And this one? Perfection! Thanks for sharing it with us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_MO View Post
    That is beautiful. Did you heat set the crayon coloring after the quilt was finished?
    I actually heat set the crayon work before I stippled the background. Once it was completely done, I dunked it in lukewarm water and laid it out to dry after blocking it a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by igorsews View Post
    Awesome job! How did you get to the point that you could do such beautiful work?
    A LOT of practicing!!! I love sewing clothes too and by the time I was a junior in high school I had gotten quite good, easy A's in class, but , oh my goodness, you should have seen the clothes I made in junior high, makes me laugh now. But I never gave up, just kept sewing!!! Thanks for the kind words!! martha

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarrieC View Post
    I find it hard to believe you did this to learn - it looks professional! It is lovely.
    Thank you CarrieC, I love your quote!! I think I must have a minimum of 8 seam rippers. I like to purchase them so that they can be found in every nook and corner in the house as I do use them often!!!

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