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Thread: My Judy Neimeyer Quilt

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    Junior Member vjjo743's Avatar
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    This is a picture of the quilt I am nervious about quilting. I am not sure what design to use. Any suggestions. Thanks
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    No suggestions, but I can't wait to see how you finish it!

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    Beautiful fabrics and nice job piecing.

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    Oh that's beautiful

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    Thank you so much for your compliments. Did not realize good it feels to recieve them, especially from people that know what it takes. Thank you for making my day.

    P.S. Material is called Aspen, I bought it from Keepsake and Going South is the quilt from J. N.

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    Absolutely gorgeous. Quilting.... something that showcases the fabrics rather than distracts from them. Sometimes I think the quilting is a little overdone and the fabrics get lost in the confusion. I like stitch in the ditch myself, but everyone has their preference.

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    Beautiful

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    I'm no help, but wanted to tell you how much I love your quilt. I love the beautiful batiks you used. :thumbup:

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    Lovely quilt! Maybe something like an all-over floral or leaf meander would look nice-softness amongst the sharp geometric shapes. I'm no expert, hopefully one of our LA quilters will chime in with suggestions--

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    Beautiful!! :wink:

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    Love the colors you used. If I didn't already have more fabric than I should, I would make this for my son, who hasn't had a quilt made for him.

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    Stunning - Maybe your LA will have some suggestions - In this case, I think the simpler the better...:)

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    If you like paper piecing you will love this pattern. She had templates for the material and they are large. I know I am trying to use my stash.

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    Gorgeous quilt

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    Since all I do is hand quilt, it would be easy for me, SITD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIJul
    Absolutely gorgeous. Quilting.... something that showcases the fabrics rather than distracts from them. Sometimes I think the quilting is a little overdone and the fabrics get lost in the confusion. I like stitch in the ditch myself, but everyone has their preference.
    I agree, some LA quilting all over the quilt hides the beauty.

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    I usually do a large meander, stipple.

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    Forgot to tell you - it is beautiful.

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    That is one great looking quilt. I love your color choices. My preference would be SID, showing off your work.

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    Ohhhh, this is stunning!!!!

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    This is one gorgeous quilt no matter how its quilted.

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    What a gorgeous quilt

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    How pretty!

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    Your quilt is beautiful! And I loved how you did the Christmas tree panel-it reminds me of our family trees when I was a child. Thank you for sharing.

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    It is beautiful, just beautiful

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