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Thread: Japanese Girl (Myomi) Quilt quilting done

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    I started this thread when I finished the top http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-42832-1.htm

    Now, I'm done with the quilt and am almost finished sewing on the binding. The quilt is a bit rumpled because I've had it in a ball while sewing on the binding. But, I promised to post final photos of the quilting. It took forever as I did very tight FMQ on the block background and stippling. I did a lily pad type leaf throughout the border. I put a sleeve on the back to use it as a wall hanging if I choose to.

    I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out.
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    awesome, thanks for sharing

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    The quilt alone is beautiful, but your FMQ is fabulous. It is perfect for that quilt.

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    this is beautiful!!!!

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    That's to die for gorgeous... Are the Japanese girls appliqued ? Yes I'm that lame - lol!! Love all that stippling and the leaf quilting!

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    Beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrapsoftime
    That's to die for gorgeous... Are the Japanese girls appliqued ? Yes I'm that lame - lol!! Love all that stippling and the leaf quilting!
    Thanks everyone. The faces are appliqued..and they're not supposed to be. LOL. This pattern was VERY hard with all the curves. I could manage all the curves but the faces. So, I said screw it and machine appliqued them. :> Sometimes you gotta do, what you gotta do.

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    What beautiful work. You are very talented! :roll:

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    Love the quilt and design.

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    oh love your quilting on it too!!!

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    Wow -- that's just gorgeous! :D :thumbup:

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    Well done, very pretty.

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    Beautiful quilt and beautiful quilting.

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    i love it. great job!!!!!!!!

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    lovely good work :)

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    Beautiful quilt....awesome quilting!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    You've every right to be pleased with it - the quilting is beautiful - well done!

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    Very nice. Nice job on the quilting, too. :thumbup:

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    Wow! I love your quilting on this beautiful little quilt. The two toned threds really make it special.

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    That is a beautiful quilt. Your quilting is awesome. Great job all around. Thanks for sharing.

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    looks great

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    Beautiful. You did a great job with the quilting.

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    Thanks everyone. For a WIP that has lingered for way too long, it may actually make it up on my wall and be a keeper. Rather than a gift that 90% of my quilts tend to be...

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    This is very beautiful ! i love so much this quilt, would you like to share with me the pattern of this japanese girl, i would like to make this quilt. thanks. Gbu

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    Quote Originally Posted by deli_0208
    This is very beautiful ! i love so much this quilt, would you like to share with me the pattern of this japanese girl, i would like to make this quilt. thanks. Gbu
    I posted this info. on the other thread but here you go...If you're interested in the pattern, google Amy Myoraku and see what comes up. Maybe there's one for sale on ebay? I wish I could recommend this pattern, but I really can't. Quilter beware, it's a hard pattern to piece with all those curves.


    I found one for sale here. http://www.shiboridragon.com/Quilt-Patterns1.htm

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