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Thread: Hoop Sisters Embroidered Feathered Star Quilt

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    It is beautiful. You did an excellent job. Thanks for sharing.
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    Very very pretty.
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    So very beautiful and the quilting is absolutely perfect for this quilt. The talent on this board is out of sight. thanks for sharing your work with us.
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    Beautiful Quilt!! Are the small stars embroidered and the large ones pieced? I love it!

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    Wow! Look fantastic!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KathyPhillips View Post
    Beautiful Quilt!! Are the small stars embroidered and the large ones pieced? I love it!
    Yes, the small stars are "thread only", no fabric and the big stars have fabric

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    Quote Originally Posted by zkosh View Post
    Your quilt is beautiful! Can you give me some information on the border pattern? I think it is just the design I have been looking for to do a border on a Round Robin quilt whose center is a feathered star.
    The border pattern is the same as what is between the points of the stars. Not sure if that makes sense, but if you look on page 3 at the first picture (that one is actually a piece of a big star), but that is what is on each square of the border. I just alternated the colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jodiann2 View Post
    I'm making this quilt for ME.. I'm putting an oriental border on mine, I was a "geisha" in a previous life....
    That will look great! Please post pictures.

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    Stunning, love the feathered star

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    I love this! How in the world did you keep it from drawing up when washed?

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    You did a beaitiful job of this quilt, I just love it, great colour choice.
    God Bless you all.
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    Great quilt ~ love it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by sylvia77 View Post
    I love this! How in the world did you keep it from drawing up when washed?
    Hmm, I'm not sure really. Maybe it is because it is so densely stitched? I really don't know...lol

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    This is a stunning quilt. Very appealing.

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    Beautiful... I am working on a different Hoop Sisters Design and love their designs and instructions. Also, love your border.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltforfun View Post
    Beautiful... I am working on a different Hoop Sisters Design and love their designs and instructions. Also, love your border.
    Which one are you working on? I did the Goosetracks but only in a wall hanging.

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    this is embroidery am I right a friend of mine is making this same quilt I think

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    Wonderful quilt, love it.

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    Absolutely gorgeous!
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    Stunning...you did a beautiful job !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by newbee3 View Post
    this is embroidery am I right a friend of mine is making this same quilt I think
    Yes it is.

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    Your work is lovely, the quilt beautiful, the border phenomenal. What a perfect creation!

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    WOW! Your quilt is beautiful, I just love stars and the quilting in fantastic. Certainly a piece of work.

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    The quilt is stunning. You are truly to be congratulated. That is a very time consuming quilt. Hoop Sisters does do a great time with their digitizing which makes it a lot easier.

    I have a work in progress - Goose Tracks. I really don't understand how to cover the seams on the back. Would you mind sharing a picture of the back of the quilt & tell me how you sewed the bias tape on the back? Or whatever method & covering you used?

    Thanks so much for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb in Louisiana View Post
    The quilt is stunning. You are truly to be congratulated. That is a very time consuming quilt. Hoop Sisters does do a great time with their digitizing which makes it a lot easier.

    I have a work in progress - Goose Tracks. I really don't understand how to cover the seams on the back. Would you mind sharing a picture of the back of the quilt & tell me how you sewed the bias tape on the back? Or whatever method & covering you used?

    Thanks so much for sharing!
    Sending you a pm with pictures of how to do it. I, personally, did not like the sashing on the back so I put another backing on and did the old stitch in the ditch.

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