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Thread: how would you quilt this?

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    Senior Member IngeMK's Avatar
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    more of the canning day :D
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    don't know about quilting, but love your quilt top

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    Love that line of fabrics! What style of quilting? Machine, longarm or hand?

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    Lovely quilt!!! Gee, I have no idea how to quilt it, but I sure like this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellieKQuilter
    Love that line of fabrics! What style of quilting? Machine, longarm or hand?
    machine, walking foot or some freehand

    :D

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    What is the line of fabrics? The quilt is beautiful.
    What is the name of the Pattern??

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    What about grids in the white spaces and stitch in the ditch around the colored designs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gladys
    What is the line of fabrics? The quilt is beautiful.
    What is the name of the Pattern??
    The fabric is Canning Day by connecting threads......the pattern is from quilts and more fall 2009 Magazine. I think it's just churn dash blocks on point.

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    beautiful! i love the fabrics. to quilt it, i'd probably do crosshatching

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    Beautiful quilt top, not sure on quilting it though.

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    It's beautiful!!!

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    Maybe something fun like diagonal stitching that goes across the white square in the middle.

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    Your quilt is beautiful! I love it!

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    It is so beautiful. Sorry no ideas on the quilting

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    If you SID the diagonal seams, then the churn dash print, the smaller white areas will stand out like woven ribbons! I love your quilt! You might want to put a design in the setting triangles, then use that design in the white border. Are you going to go with a scrappy binding? It is just so pretty! I have two or three kits from Connecting Threads waiting for me, but I really like the Canning Day line.

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    Oh, I love the quilt but I would have to think that one out
    about quilting.

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    Beautiful....still a novice myself...no advice...sorry

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    What a lovely quilt.

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    beautiful! I love it!

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    I love your quilt. I don't have any suggestions on how to quilt it, that is always my biggest problem. Let us know what you decide to do.

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    Beautiful quilt, I love the fabric choices. I think I would do some type of curvy thing one the Churn Dashes and then a small cross hatch everywhere else.

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    I think I would quilt 1/4 " inside the colored edges and do a cross hatch on the whilte. Should make the colors pop.

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    Love this quilt top, I am a beginner at quilting, so I will be waiting to see how you do this!

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