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Thread: Lunar Eclipse

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    I just finished this wallhanging for my dining room. I used Sharon Schamber's piecelique technique to piece the circles.

    http://www.sharonschamber.com/free%2...9%20circle.pdf

    I machine quilted it using variegated thread.
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    Twistedstitcher

    Beautiful - I've seen this quilt before at shows over here, was it easy to make?


    Tisha

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    Looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1962
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    Beautiful - I've seen this quilt before at shows over here, was it easy to make?


    Tisha
    Well, I don't know if I'd go so far as to say it was easy, but it wasn't particularly difficult either, especially using that technique. It was made almost entirely from my stash so after pawing through all my batiks I had quite a mess to put away.

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    oooooooooooooooo pretty

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedstitcher
    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1962
    Twistedstitcher

    Beautiful - I've seen this quilt before at shows over here, was it easy to make?


    Tisha
    Well, I don't know if I'd go so far as to say it was easy, but it wasn't particularly difficult either, especially using that technique. It was made almost entirely from my stash so after pawing through all my batiks I had quite a mess to put away.
    I've just managed to open up the link so I can see how you did the block now. Love Batiks too!!! Many thanks again Twistedstitcher for the link.

    Tisha

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    thats really pretty :D good job

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    Pretty!

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    Pretty! Don't think I have that many batiks, but it sure looks fun! :lol:

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    Gorgeous!!!!!!!! I just love the bright and bold colors!

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    Absolutely gorgeous!!!

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    Oooh, beautiful quilt!!

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    Pretty and thanks for the link - cool method!

    K x

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    I'm in love! It's so pretty!

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    It is bright and beautiful.

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    OH I really like this technique, I prefer the full circle effect that you made over turning into Drunkards path too :D :D :D

    Batiks are made for this aren't they, love it!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Beautiful!!

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    Those circles are just perfect! It is gorgeous!

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    Thanks for the lInk! I always wondered how to do that. Looks like something i can handle. UH OH ! ANOTHER PROJECT TO START! LOL!!! :roll:

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    That's really cool looking - very nice!

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    Cool! And I like the varigated thread you used for the quilting on it too.

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    I love it!!! So bright and full of life! :-)

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    I love circles! Your quilt is an inspiration to build a batik stash!

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    You did a great job and thanks for the link :D

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    Thanks for all the kind comments everyone! :D

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