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Thread: I just learned Hawaiian Quilting!

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    Wow what work, now your on vacation if Iam correct or is my memory up to its old tricks again lol. Anyways so much detail and bueaty love IT.. Jess

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    Nice, I really like this technique and I am sure it will make a wonderful looking tote. thanks for sharing

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    Wow this looks complicated, but very pretty. Thanks for sharing.

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    Beautiful! That's a technique I want to try.
    Kathleen, a lass with a bit of the Irish in her blood and a whole lot of Irish in her heart

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    Just great and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    I want to try this technique to have a hand project and to improve my applique skills. I got a two fabric kit, but do not have the right equipment to transfer the design to the dark batik fabric. I am eager to get started. Hope I can improve the quality of my skills enough to complete it and not need to hide it away!
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    i'm in Honolulu right now with every intention of making it to the Hawaiian Quilting class given every saturday morning at the Queens' palace before i leave in two weeks. The patterns are made by snowflake cutting technique however they do end up looking like something specific, eg., Breadfruit, Hono (sea turtles) etc. What i find different is that the pattern extends to the edge of the whole cloth they are appliqued upon

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    Thanks for explaining the technique. I have been really daunted by Hawaiian quilts -- so much so that I have elected to do an embroidered technique. You explained it well; now I'll try the real technique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riutzelj View Post
    i'm in Honolulu right now with every intention of making it to the Hawaiian Quilting class given every saturday morning at the Queens' palace before i leave in two weeks. The patterns are made by snowflake cutting technique however they do end up looking like something specific, eg., Breadfruit, Hono (sea turtles) etc. What i find different is that the pattern extends to the edge of the whole cloth they are appliqued upon
    Please give us your opinions about the Sat. a.m. tutorial.

    Pretty quilting.

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    I love applique and just as soon as I finish my West of Baltimore quilt that I've been working on since 2007 (working on 4 corner and 4 connecting strips) I'm going to try my hand at Hawaiian quilting. And a bag is the perfect way to show off quilting. Thanks.
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    beautiful piece

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    GREAT JOB!!! I agree, it will make a wonderful tote - and that way, you can tell everyone that YOU made it!!! I'm impressed!

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    Very pretty. You did a great job. Thanks for sharing.

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    Your Hawaiian piece is very pretty..congratulations. I finished last year a queen size Hawaiian quilt, a Plumeria pattern with lei edge, and it is on my bed. It was all done by hand and I love the process even if it takes a few years to complete. I am now more into wall hangings. My avatar was my first wall quilt which I made in 1999 and picture was taken at Rocky Mountain Quilt museum in Golden, Colorado where it was on display with other Hawaiian quilts for about 3 months. Keep going you are doing a nice job. Kelela

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    Beautiful work!

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    What a great job, also a reminder that I have 1 block I did a few years ago - fully appliqued, but not quilted...I really should get at it some day.....

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    Really very pretty, It's on my to do list...
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    Interesting and absolutely beautiful!!
    "Seeking God's guidance is the key to success... even in daily living when we learn to LISTEN!"

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    Really beautiful!!!!!

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    Very pretty.

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    What a skill! It is on my future quilts to try.

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    Your block turned out great. I'm sure it will be a wonderful tote!

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    Your quilting is lovely. I think everyone should start on a small quilted project when learning a new technique!


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    This is beautiful I love hawaiian quilts!
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    Lovely! I think this is beautiful!
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