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Thread: LindaR's GFG...........Quilted by Charisma

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    Linda sent me her darling quilt for LAQ.

    She liked the idea of a feather in the yellow bodrer.....and in the GFG flowers I wanted to quilts flower designs in them and I wanted them to be different creating a garden feel. I stippled in all of the background areas to make everything else "POP" out.

    I love this quilt what a perfect wall-hanging for a sewing room!

    I used Hobbs polydown batting.

    I quilted this on my 26 Innova, long arm. NO pantograph or computer quilting...all freehand.
    Thanks for looking.
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    Beautiful, you did a wonderful job on that beautiful quilt. Love it. Happy Easter!!!!!

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    Gorgeous!!! you are very creative.

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    Absolutely beautiful job!!

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    Omg, that's super! Love the different flowers, tree quilted into the stippled background, and the perfectly fitted feathers! It's a great top, with the appliqué added especially, then your quilting adds sobmuch interest and dimension.

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    WOW!! Love the quilt and the quilting.

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    Oh my, that's gorgeous!
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    I remember when Linda first posted this top! You did a wonderful job on it Charismah! I especially like all the different flower motifs. It gives such interest to that part of the quilt and makes the back look like a field of flowers just as much as the front!

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    Adorable quilt. Your work always puts me in awe. Your LAQ adds so much, love what you did within each GMFG block. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic
    I remember when Linda first posted this top! You did a wonderful job on it Charismah! I especially like all the different flower motifs. It gives such interest to that part of the quilt and makes the back look like a field of flowers just as much as the front!
    YOu know I forgot that we talked about it ahead of time..I just went back and looked. LOL Apparently I got some of it right. See how quickly the wind sways with creative minds.

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    So beautiful. You both did an amazing job.

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    Beautiful quilt !! :-D
    Your quilting beautiful as usual !! :-D :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Wicked cute quilt! Love it! I just adore the work you do! The creator of this quilt was definitely very creative!

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    Very pretty.

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    Gorgeous quilting Charismah!!!!

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    Awesome!

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    OOOOOH!! too beautiful

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    Astonishing! Beautiful work as usual. Don't you just love that Hobb's Poly Down?

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    Yes, Gorgeous again.

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    it's lovely!

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    beautiful quilt and you did a great job with the longarm quilting, thanks again for sharing with all of us

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    beautiful quilt and you did a great job with the longarm quilting, thanks again for sharing with all of us
    ditto! outstanding quilting!

    :-D :-D 8-) ;-)

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    Really nice. I like the scrappy look.

    I do have a question tho - since the quilting is all the way out to the edge, how does one attach a border without distorting the stitching? It does not look like there would be enough fabric to attach a border.

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    What a beautiful quilt and of course the quilting is outstanding too, as always.

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    Absolutely gorgeous quilt and quilting!! Great job ladies!!!

    Kathi in PA

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