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Green Tea & Sweet Beans, by Jen Kingwell

Old 02-29-2020, 07:41 AM
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I decided to use my polka dot and stripe stash for this quilt top. Pieced blocks and applique (turned edge and machine sewn) made this a fun variety of blocks. I did trapunto on all applique. I machine quilted on my domestic and wanted a really poofy and cushiony finish so this is all STID and stitching around and on applique. STID felt like I made the quilt again. Lol..phew.. I started this after completing Sylvia's Bridal Sampler so this took about 6 weeks. Thanks for looking...
Your quilt is beautiful and I love all the action going on from the flowers that bend this way and that to all the other details you added. Your quilting is wonderful also. I also love the quirky name of the quilt and it sure fits. Just love it.
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Beautiful! I am working on that quilt also. But for the life of me, the Southern Girl comes out and I call it Sweet Tea and Green Beans instead of the real name. Great finish.
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Very beautiful. I also like the pattern and fabric. Good job!
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Great job.
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Another example of your creativity and skill. Congratulations on you latest quilt effort.
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Your quilt turned out so nice. I made one several years ago and taught a class on it. Wow! That quilt was a dilly. The picture on the pattern was so busy that I toned mine down a bit to be able to live with it. I was very happy to have it done so I could go on to other things. I'm sure you feel the same way.
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