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Thread: A Quilting finish......

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    Senior Member sue1964's Avatar
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    I love your quilt. it's sew happy looking. I need some happiness in my life can I have it?

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    Awesome!

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    Awesome!!!

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    A showstopper For Sure! You are so talented.

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    Sorry a repeat post. It deserves two posts of how great it is though.... LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy
    Before I talk about the quilting, here are the quilt facts:
    Quilt made by Beth (she does beautiful applique work!)
    Quilt pattern: "Flea Market" - it was a series last summer in Quilters Newsletter Magazine.
    Batting used: Quilter's Dream Cotton
    Thread used for top: Superior Threads "Antique Silver" Metallic #064
    Bobbin thread: Superior Threads "White" So Fine #401
    The TOWA gauge for the bobbin thread was set at 220 - I just played with the top thread tension.
    All Free-Hand moay - I had so much fun quilting this quilt. I usually have fun - but I have to tell you that I always second guess my quilting until I pull the quilt off the frames - then I just love it.
    The borders and center flower points were free motion straight quilting - no rulers, so it may not be perfect, but consistent hopefully.
    I absolutely love the sash in this quilt. I mimicked the curve lines, then free motion quilted ovals, then went through each oval with connecting curves. This was really fun.

    More pictures on my blog.
    I have the pattern from 2-4... how did you get part 1 !!!!!??
    can you direct me to the source??? :shock:

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    Senior Member brewsa's Avatar
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    This quilt is awesome!

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    pretty!

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    That is one fabulous quilt. I love the colors, pattern and the quilting! Wow, wish it was mine!

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    I love all the quilting designs you used on your quilt. This really makes your quilt stand out and be unique. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    How adorable, very whimsical and the quilting makes it pop!!! I love it!

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    S.P.E.C.T.A.C.U.L.A.R.!!!!!! Wow!!!!!!!!!

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    I love this quilt. So much personality and it seems to say FUN.

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    absolutely stunning!!!!!

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    I can see that you had a fun time quilting this....absolutely gorgeous quilt and quilting!!!!!

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    I really like it. The scallops really set it off.

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    well done, ladies...

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    love the borders, so colorful

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    Your quilting work is so impressive! It beautifully compliments Beth wonderful job in making the quilt. You both should be very proud!

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    BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!

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    WOW

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    Gorgeous quilt and quilting.

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    I keep coming back and looking at this one----does anyone else do this?

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    Beautiful DEb

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    WOW!!! Incredible! Gorgeous work!

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