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Thread: First all Feather Quilt done!

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    First off, I like the color and pattern. The quilting is beautiful, great job.
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    OMGoodness.....it's beautiful!!!! Free hand...WOW...you are good!!!!
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    Awesome, your quilting is really nice!!!

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    Wow you did a beautiful job......was this the same tutorial I followed from Patchwork times....here is the link for the tutorial is anyone is interested. http://www.patchworktimes.com/2012/0...ather-lessons/
    here is the pattern that was used by Patchwork http://www.patchworktimes.com/patterns/carpenters-star/
    Last edited by btiny36; 06-29-2012 at 06:59 AM. Reason: adding a pattern link

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    Looks good to me!

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    Beautiful work you did on this quilt, really beautiful. Give yourself a big pat on the back. Job well done !

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    Quote Originally Posted by btiny36 View Post
    Wow you did a beautiful job......was this the same tutorial I followed from Patchwork times....here is the link for the tutorial is anyone is interested. http://www.patchworktimes.com/2012/0...ather-lessons/
    here is the pattern that was used by Patchwork http://www.patchworktimes.com/patterns/carpenters-star/
    Thanks for posting this for me, that is the one I did. Only thing Judy left out what to do with the corners! That I took off one of my books, transferred it with Golden threads paper, stitched thru it to create the corner designs. This quilt was a real learning experience! 4 different thread colors, 3 different thread types, feathers, design work, Found out the pipes on my frame aren't smooth in spots, so caused the machine to "follow" the rail instead of doing what I wanted it to do, & of course, with the different threads, sure learned a lot about the tension dial! OK ladies, throw me a quilt! I can handle just about anything now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by btiny36 View Post
    Wow you did a beautiful job......was this the same tutorial I followed from Patchwork times....here is the link for the tutorial is anyone is interested. http://www.patchworktimes.com/2012/0...ather-lessons/
    here is the pattern that was used by Patchwork http://www.patchworktimes.com/patterns/carpenters-star/
    Thanks for posting this for me, that is the one I did. Only thing Judy left out what to do with the corners! That I took off one of my books, transferred it with Golden threads paper, stitched thru it to create the corner designs. This quilt was a real learning experience! 4 different thread colors, 3 different thread types, feathers, design work, Found out the pipes on my frame aren't smooth in spots, so caused the machine to "follow" the rail instead of doing what I wanted it to do, & of course, with the different threads, sure learned a lot about the tension dial! OK ladies, throw me a quilt! I can handle just about anything now! Right after I get the rails smooth!! (Which will be over the weekend!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by delma_paulk View Post
    Don't need to be gentle, you did a great job on this!

    Congrats.

    delma
    My thoughts exactly! This is stunning & you should be super proud of yourself! Congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SulaBug View Post
    Cindy..........What a gorgeous job you have done with your freehand feather quilting!! I just love your Carpenter's Star Mystery Train quilt top. Boy, you had better be careful as all of us who made this Mystery project might just show up at your house with our quilts in hand, for you to quilt them just the same!! Very nice job.
    Sulabug, you know this isn't my train mystery! It's all batik! But...you're all welcome to come by & I'll quilt them for you! I think I'll do the mystery something similar.

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    Here's the mystery one.
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    Wow very impressive!

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    great job - it looks perfect to me!

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    Your fourth one? WOW you are a natural. What a LOVELY quilt!!!!!
    Carrie, Queen of the Seam Rippers!

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    I'd say you are a natural quilter, your work is just perfect. Nothing wrong that I can see. Thanks for sharing your lovely work.
    learn each and every day,memories or play.

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    Really pretty. You've done a great job

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    WOW...fabulous feathers!

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    Wow, you did a fabulous job. Hard to believe only your 4th quilt on a Long Arm - I think you did an amazing job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delma_paulk View Post
    Don't need to be gentle, you did a great job on this!

    Congrats.

    delma
    My thoughts exactly! Fantastic work!
    Life has given me so much more than scraps, but I make quilts anyway!
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    Wow!!!!!!!!!! Awesome.

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    Looks like you are a natural at FMQ. You did a great job!

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    Gentle...You deserve a standing ovation and several pats on the back.
    Beautiful

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    Fantastic quilting and quilt
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    wow that's beautiful, I don't have a long arm but I'd love to see how it's used

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    Awesome! You did a beautiful job! I just got my Crown Jewel and am anxious to get quilting.

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