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Thread: Quilting on a Round Robin

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    Quilting on a Round Robin

    Recently I shared pictures of my Jared Takes a Wife quilt and how I quilted it on my long arm. Quilting pal Linda asked me to do something similar on her round robin quilt and I wanted to share how it turned out. The geese are three dimensional and this little quilt is full of prairie points! It quilted up so cute though and I am so thrilled! I have never done that sort of pin striping effect before and I think it turned out good - I'll be doing that again!
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    How was it, quilting around the prairie points? Nice job.
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    Very pretty. Sue

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    I had no problem with them at all! For the stripes I just pinned them back out of the way...and I traveled along the ditch under the points so it would be hidden. On the borders I just either quilted around them or pinned them up. The geese are also 3d and I was a little nervous about them but didn't have any issues at all.

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    How was it, quilting around the prairie points? Nice job.
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    I've really enjoyed watching your progress with the longarm ;-) Thanks for taking time to answer questions.
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    Thank YOU for looking and always having something nice or constructive to add! I truly appreciate it. I read everyone's comments and think about them quite a bit. I love the interaction here - the opportunity to inspire and be inspired!

    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK View Post
    I've really enjoyed watching your progress with the longarm ;-) Thanks for taking time to answer questions.
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    nicely done
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    how inspiring. Do you have any information on the stitching in the center? Patti

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattia View Post
    how inspiring. Do you have any information on the stitching in the center? Patti
    Thank you! Pattia, I don't but I will ask the owner! I am curious myself as it's just adorable!
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    It is wonderful, I love how every piece enhances everything else. The repetition of shapes and words are perfect.

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    You turned it into a real work of art. It is awesome. Great job both of you.
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    That turned out really nice and you did wonderful quilting on it!

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    Thank you!!
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    Silly me! You replied that the geese were 3D.... I tried to find pictures of GEESE! I figured it out
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    absolutely charming quilt!

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    impressive quilt and quilting! Your quilting is so perfectly matched to this quilt! I've been told I can't put 3-dimension into my quilts, but you did it and it looks so great.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Oh Wowzers!! Not only is the RR quilt beautiful, your Long Arm quilting is exquisite. Just gorgeous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SewFarBehind View Post
    Silly me! You replied that the geese were 3D.... I tried to find pictures of GEESE! I figured it out
    Haha, that's ok!! I do that too sometimes.

    Quote Originally Posted by MaryMo View Post
    impressive quilt and quilting! Your quilting is so perfectly matched to this quilt! I've been told I can't put 3-dimension into my quilts, but you did it and it looks so great.
    Hogwash! Make your quilts 3D! LOL* You'll still be able to quilt them.
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    the quilt and the quilting are really nice. turned out very well

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    beautifully done

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    The quilt is beautiful. And, your quilting is very good. You did a super job.
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    Very very pretty, thanks for giving us a close-up of the quilting.
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    Great job!
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    Beautifully done!!
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    Very nice...
    I really like your quilting

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