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Thread: Help with quilting

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    Senior Member skowron5's Avatar
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    Here is my next project. Any suggestions on how I should quilt this would be greatly appreciated
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    I;m not any help,just wanted to say how adorable your quilt is

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    Maybe echo quilt each element and then stipple in the open spaces. Very nice quilt!

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    Beautiful! Those little (girl?) figures are so darling. I like this better than most row quilts. As for quilting, I would consider holly leaves and berries in the border. Probably some echo quilting around some of the other parts. How large is the quilt, and is the pattern available?

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    Sorry, no help with the quilting but just wanted to say the quilt is beautiful.

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    Oh! How cute!

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    How adorable! I would have to custom quilt each row. No all over pantos.

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    I would stipple around all the stars, and appliques then SITD along the seams in the stars and squares and add some accent quilting in the appliques.
    Love it!
    Couldn't figure out why you have "Packers" on your avatar quilt, until I looked up Wallace on the map :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patty Patches
    I;m not any help,just wanted to say how adorable your quilt is
    Ditto!

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    Up here your house would get burned down if you had Lion's quilt :-D

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    Hard to say what would look best for the quilting, but it is not hard to say how pretty the quilt is. How about a round feather in the small blocks and echo around the children? Then use the holly leave design in the quilt, with the berries, for the border.

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    oh thats so cute....i would make the stars pop and do some small stipple or filler behind the girls...then a holly/ ribbon vine on the border.

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    Your quilt is so cute. Don't have any suggestions on the quilting tho.

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    I love this! Its adorable!

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    Really, really cute!

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    Adorable

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    so very cute!

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    Whatever you decide will be perfect, I'm sure. It's an adorable, bright & cheerful quilt.

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    Love it!

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    Your quilt is adorable! So cheery. :-)

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    cutre!

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    Stipple hearts, all different sizes according to the area that must be filled.

    For the border, make a simplified tracing of Sun Bonnet, do a Sue, heart, Sue, repeat around.

    Adorable quilt, great job.

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    So pretty.

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    That is so darling.

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    Very cute quilt.

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