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Thread: more skills learned and a tablerunner to boot!

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    more skills learned and a tablerunner to boot!

    i took a class at my lqs last saturday and wanted to share with you what i learned. i just love this. each block finished out at 10.25 in. thought i would practice fmq on this but have NO idea how to even quilt the blocks. any suggestions? thank you for looking!Name:  010 (2).JPG
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    Not sure how to quilt it, but it sure is pretty.

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    So pretty! I LOVE those fabrics!!!
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    love the colors and the blocks!

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    Terri-you've done an excellent job on this, and I love your colors too!
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    Very pretty. I love that pattern. Unusual.

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    Great job.
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    Just tlovely, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Wonderful colors and pattern, but I don't know how to quilt it either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by terri bb View Post
    i took a class at my lqs last saturday and wanted to share with you what i learned. i just love this. each block finished out at 10.25 in. thought i would practice fmq on this but have NO idea how to even quilt the blocks. any suggestions? thank you for looking!Name:  010 (2).JPG
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    Very pretty! Great choice of fabric and colors.
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    I would suggested
    stitch in the ditch ...
    Or some thing curved
    I love feathers
    Not knowing what level of a quilter you are.

    Hope this helps

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    very pretty. love it

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    Not sure how to quilt it, but your color combinations are fantastic.

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    Beautiful blocks

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    It's very pretty!
    I think I'd probably start with SID on the stars, then an echo stitch 1/4 inch inside the seams of the star points, but haven't done any FMQ myself yet.
    Being skinny isn't easy, so I gave up and opted for being sexy instead. (aunty acid)

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    first glance I would say stitch in the ditch.

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    Hpw about stitch in the ditch and then to a stippling pattern on the border?

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    Lovely colors and the pattern. Thanks for posting. Sorry, not a clue how to quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeresaS View Post
    love the colors and the blocks!
    You & me both. I have no clue about how to quilt it but I do love how it's already looking... beautiful!
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    i just got a new quilter but havent even had time to set it up or take the machine out of the box. but you sure make me antsy to start, as soon as company leaves i will learn to use it ... ( i hope)

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    Turned out great!
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    Really nice work!!!!

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    Love the design, but have no idea on how to quilt.

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    I like it. I can just see it on a table making the room feel so inviting.
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    It looks delicious!!
    Looks like a wonderful pattern!

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