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Thread: Photos of finished quilts from Barb_MO Bargello Tutorial

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    Please post pictures of your finished quilt top here and when you have then quilted we would also like to see how that was done.

    I just read that someone has their bargello quilt put together! So anxious to see it.

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    this is my finished top.. i have no clue on the quilting.. waiting for ideas as some come up !! the quilting is not my forte',, but i like to take the challenge.
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    Wow! Great quilt!

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    Great Job ! And I love your colors :mrgreen:

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    It is beautiful! I have one on my to do list!

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    Gorgeous quilt. And you got it done so quickly. Anxious to see how you quilt it.

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    WOW!!! :shock:
    You did a beautiful job on this!!!
    I love the fabrics, it is gorgeous :D:D:D

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    It is so pretty. I am really proud of you and the great job you did on this.
    Do you have a quilting machine or will you be doing the quilting on your domestic machine.

    I have never quilted one of my quilts. I have to send them out to get them done. My quilter can only do panographs, and I have always picked a simple design.
    I once saw a bargello like this, only with the section repeating the all the way down the quilt. It was quilted with curved line running though a color run. maybe tow or three of these....then skipped a few colors, the over a few colors, curved line of feathers, and repeated those two designs. Not sure if I can explain it, but it was really pretty. Might be able to draw this on a photo, but not sure.

    Quote Originally Posted by colleen53
    this is my finished top.. i have no clue on the quilting.. waiting for ideas as some come up !! the quilting is not my forte',, but i like to take the challenge.

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    Amazing. Your colors make the pattern stand at attention. Love it.

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    My favorite colors. You did an amazingly awesome job. Way to go!!!!

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    Superb... Love it.

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    That's gorgeous!!

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    Very nice. :thumbup:

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    barb gets all the ty ty for this one... i have been dying to do one and she could not of explained it any better !!! thank you sooo much barb for helping in every step and being very clear !!
    i always do my quilting but i am not very good at it.. but the only way for me to learn is to keep going forward and trying.
    i have no clue about this one..

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    Beautiful

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    Wonderful.

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    I like the idea of stippling so not to distract from the beautiful design.

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    Colleen, take a look at this bargello offered by the Amish.
    It shows how to follow the colors in the design. I have done this a couple times on small bargellos.

    http://www.amishloft.com/amishloft/quilt.asp?dept_id=2,2&pf_id=q80

    Quote Originally Posted by colleen53
    barb gets all the ty ty for this one... i have been dying to do one and she could not of explained it any better !!! thank you sooo much barb for helping in every step and being very clear !!
    i always do my quilting but i am not very good at it.. but the only way for me to learn is to keep going forward and trying.
    i have no clue about this one..

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    ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh What a job you did!! It is absolutely breathtaking! Thanks for sharing!

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    Colleen,
    OMG!!! That is absolutely spectacular. Great colors and great movement. I made one of those twisted ribbon bargellos and loved the finished product, but don't know if I will ever do another one that complicated, but my son loves it.
    Lucinda

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    i could try something like that.. sure is pretty barb..
    ty everyone for your beautiful comments.... i keep looking at it hanging in my sewing room wondering what to do next with it..lol
    deep breath and dig in i guess....

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    Wow, that is beautiful!

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    Wonderful. My seam ripper bows to your seam ripper.

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    Well done, it's beautiful, and I love your colours. :-)

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    Great Quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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