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Thread: Noodle Quilt with Embroidery

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    Beautiful, didn't know what a noodle quilt was and the embroidery really adds to it
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    Very fresh and old fashioned at the same time!
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    Wow love it....so is there a pattern for this noodle quilt...I have fall colored noodles I purchased on ebay and really didn't have any pattern in mind but really like this idea with the added embroidery....

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    That is very pretty. I really like the embroidery on the borders.

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    Your quilt is just so cool and really like how you finished the borders!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by liont View Post
    So sweet. The way the strips are stacked, they look like the mattress pile in Princess and the Pea! Perhaps someone could do a quilt in that theme
    Great idealiont! I know just the princess to make that for too! Beautiful quilt Pj, thank you for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by btiny36 View Post
    Wow love it....so is there a pattern for this noodle quilt...I have fall colored noodles I purchased on ebay and really didn't have any pattern in mind but really like this idea with the added embroidery....
    Sorry, I didn't have a pattern, I just cut irregular lengths of misc. white on white prints to add to the ends of the "noodles" enough length to just make it over the mattress edge. Then I pieced more misc. white on white print "noodles" to put on the sides; I did the embroidery before I added them to the top portion which made it easier to handle. This is a large Queen size top, It needed to cover the feather bed and deep mattress. Glad you like it! Thanks so much, when my 6 year old granddaughter saw it she figured I should give it to her !

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    Really pretty!!!

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    The embroidery makes it!!! Very creative of you!

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    I love every detail of this quilt.

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    Very pretty quilt! Nice job!

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