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Thread: Green snowfloks-one of my favorites:

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    What a gorgeous quilt!

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    Winter Wonderland

    Quote Originally Posted by buddy'smom View Post
    This is a quilt for my granddaughter Rayna, she traced the blocks and picked her colors as well as the fabric, also doing one in blue for my Izzy-bee.
    I did Winter Wonderland in blues used transfere ease for the patterns on the material. I then proceeded to soad to get the transferease off and some of the blues bled. Now what do I so? Will color catchers help now?

    Our church did a Christmas quilt in redwork, using transfereease soaked them and no bleeding.

    can the age of the thread make a difference

    thanks for any input.

    I have been quilting about 2 years and getting better. I am also learning to do hairpin lace croceting.
    thanks

    Janice

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    that is adorable!!!!

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    I'm sorry I don't know what happened, I traced all mine with a frixion pen by pilot and the just iron off. I love them , I use them with all my patterns.


    Quote Originally Posted by janjj View Post
    I did Winter Wonderland in blues used transfere ease for the patterns on the material. I then proceeded to soad to get the transferease off and some of the blues bled. Now what do I so? Will color catchers help now?

    Our church did a Christmas quilt in redwork, using transfereease soaked them and no bleeding.

    can the age of the thread make a difference

    thanks for any input.

    I have been quilting about 2 years and getting better. I am also learning to do hairpin lace croceting.
    thanks

    Janice
    buddy'smom
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    Tara's mom

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    That is so pretty!!! Lov the fabric, colors and pattern. I know she will enjoy it for many rears to come.

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    love this, so nice for grandma to do this, love
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    WOWEE ZOWEE!!! Love the green!!!!

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    You and Rayna have such talent. Such a darling quilt.
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    Beautiful quilt!
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    What a lovely & detailed hand embroidery quilt.
    lp

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    that is really cute
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    love it, green is my favorite color.

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    I love this and have several of the snowmen in my collection. I usually do them in blues but love the green.
    Bonnie,wife,mom and grandma

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    Thank you all so much for the great compliments.
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    Oh my this is one of the pretties quilts i have seen,Do you mind to tell me where you got the squares to embroider? Snowmen are my favorite for Christmas and all Winter long Thanks In Advance

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    Thank you, there by bobbiegdesigns, snowfolks. You just trace them onto the fabric.


    Quote Originally Posted by mountain-moma View Post
    Oh my this is one of the pretties quilts i have seen,Do you mind to tell me where you got the squares to embroider? Snowmen are my favorite for Christmas and all Winter long Thanks In Advance
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    Wow , sure is stunning! I would never have thought to do this in green. I am just too traditional I guess. She will definitely enjoy that one. Thanks for sharing!
    Judi from Denver, aka Nonna Judi

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    That is gorgeous!
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    Thanks so much, I do love how it tuurned out, but was surprised at how well the colors matched. She picked the green snowflake fabric and I asked her " are you sure you want this color and she sad absolutely"" So glad she did as I love it as well. ( her favorite color is green)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nonna Judi View Post
    Wow , sure is stunning! I would never have thought to do this in green. I am just too traditional I guess. She will definitely enjoy that one. Thanks for sharing!
    buddy'smom
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    I love this. I collect snowmen and this is just darling. Never would have thought of green. Where did you get pattern for the snowmen?

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    I keep coming back to this quilt! Just love the green and it it one of those I just gotta have. I contacted Bobbie G Designs and asked about a machine embroidered design of these Snowfolks. Alas, there is none! So I went ahead and ordered the pattern from the following, though there are several places that carry the pattern. Machine embroidery sure would have been nice...! Thanks again for sharing and inspiring with your beautiful work!
    Shipping and handling to me was only $2.00.
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    What a beautiful quilt!

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    WOW that is a beautiful quilt, I am sure that she will enjoy it for a really long time to come.
    Have a great day, grannyp70

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    Thanks so much.
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