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Thread: Rodanthe Rainbow - Just need to figure out how to quilt it!

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    Spectacular quilt!

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    WOW!!! Beautiful!!!

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    Nobody could walk by and Not notice that quilt. It is striking!
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    Fabulous colors You're right, no borders. Quilting, maybe some nice soft meanders?

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    How NEAT! I love the different design.

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    Wow! Wow! I just love bright quilts, and this one is stunning!

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    Wow, love the pattern and color.
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    I think it is gorgeous just as it is.

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    I would like a pattern also. Thanks

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    Absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!!

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    Can't give you any quilting ideas but that is one beautiful quilt. No need for borders either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by landers1 View Post
    is there a pattern available ?
    See attached pdf for a quick description of how this quilt went together. It really was a great quilt to put together, simple pattern and fun colors!

    Thanks for all the comments and suggestions. I'm letting things percolate and plan to start the quilting process on my trusty Bernina 1230 this weekend.
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    Boy, do I love that quilt! I am sure however you finish it, it will be beautiful.

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    WOW! that is a stunning quilt! I would be careful of overquilting it, as the fabrics and pattern speak for themselves.

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    Oh my gosh, beautiful!!!

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    Stunning! Love the colors intersected by the black. Absolutely gorgeous quilt!

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    I really like your quilt the colors outstanding

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    Quote Originally Posted by katsewnsew View Post
    Ditto here! That is one fantastic quilt, love the bright colors, great job.
    I third that emotion! I like your ideas of quilting it, different designs for the different colors would look so cool! Can't wait to see this beauty finished!

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    It certainly is an eye catcher, what bright, beautiful colours. I love it. Thank you for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katier825 View Post
    Pretty! Something to follow the colors in the diamond pattern would be nice...feathers, swirls, vines, etc. Be sure to post when done...it will be gorgeous I'm sure!
    That's what I was thinking... something to make each "round" really shine (like this bright beauty needs any hekp with that... LOL!). I just love this quilt & can't wait to see it all done. Another stunner from a Featherweight... LOL! P. S: I also agree with no borders & I think if it were me, I'd bind it with the black.
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    Yes, it is beautiful!

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    Absolutely STUNNING Quilt!!!!!
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    That is one beautiful quilt! I've added it to my "to do" list, along with 2,407 others LOL!
    Sewing: Cheaper than therapy!

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    Wow that's great! If you did do a boarder I would opt in a solid color ones. I'm thinking a serpentine stitch along the black with (I know cringe) monofilament thread so it doesn't detract from the loveliness of the quilt. My thoughts.

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    Beautiful quilt! As a suggestion, please check out the book Quilted From Back to Front. The author suggests finding a backing that is different in shapes or designs and quilting them from the back; circles, squares, etc. Her examples are wonderful and look fabulous on the front with no premarking.

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