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Thread: Some Feathers & block work

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    Senior Member ozarkgal's Avatar
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    Some Feathers & block work

    This quilt has a feather border and feathers in the two outside blocks along with a separate flower block repeat in the middle.

    This quilt has Hobbs 80/20 batting and the customer wishes to bind it herself.

    Hopefully the pictures will provide you with some ideas/inspiration.
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    That is gorgeous!
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    your quilting is lovely

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    Beautiful-love the animal print!
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    Was this quilt quilted with an embroidery machine? The work is beautiful! I have some embroidery for my Bernina that resembles yours. I have never figured out how to use it.

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    Senior Member ozarkgal's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltngolfer View Post
    Was this quilt quilted with an embroidery machine? The work is beautiful! I have some embroidery for my Bernina that resembles yours. I have never figured out how to use it.
    No, I am using a Gammill long arm.
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    Gorgeous
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    WOW! This is beautiful!
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    What a stunning quilt! The fabric is gorgeous... as is your quilting. You just cannot beat feathers, can you? And yours are beautiful!
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    Stunning! The quilting is beautiful!!
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    stunning...your quilt is beatiful and your quilting is to die for...love it!
    So many quilts, so little time :-)

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    WOW - Just lovely, great job and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed day
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    Beautiful work
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    Gorgeous quilt! Nice job !

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