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Thread: Sugarpumpkin's OWL Quilt

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    Super Member charismah's Avatar
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    Nikki, Sent me her OWl to be quilted with requests of :
    Clouds in the background
    Wood grain on branch
    feathers in the owl

    I add a few extras just for texture....quilted a simple stipple in the last border. I also added a vein to each leaf.

    I wanted to break up the feathers...so I quilted rounded edges in the blue areas..and more of a pointed edge in the body..adds a bit of texture and breaks it apart.

    This is an adorable quilt...she used fabrics from Connecting threads....This is her own pattern.

    I quilted this on my INNOVA all free hand..no pantographs or computer quilting.

    Thanks for looking.

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    You both did the most amazing job on this quilt ... love it!

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    He's a keeper, really cute!

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    If only i could quilt like that. Its beautiful and the quilt is cute too. Thank you so much for sharing. I love seeing what can be done with machine quilting.

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    That is great! You both did a good job.

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    How adorable! I just love your artistic eye when it comes to how to quilt!

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    Charisma I LOVE IT!!!!! OMG you're so amazing! this is great!!!!!!
    Thank you so much! Its better than I ever could have imagined!

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    gorgeous!

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    The quilting on this is perfect for the motif. Wonderful job.

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    That is so cute. Great job quilting it.

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    You do amazing work! Love the knot in the tree branch!

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    Brilliant! Great use of quilting to enhance the top. You're a genius! Thx so much for sharing, very inspiring.

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    How Adorable! Some one is really going to enjoy this one!

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    Fantastic!! Both of you did a great job!! Love your work!

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    Adorable. Great job by both of you!!

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    Very cute, great job and another wonderful quilting job, congrats to both of you.

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    Cute cute cute.
    I have a 31 yr old that would love that quilt.
    Great job to the both of you!

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    I love seeing the work you do (and your customers). Fabulous quilt/quilting.

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    Ok, I'm so jealous! How did you get the feathers so even? I can only hope that one day my free hand quilting will be that awesome! Great job!

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    it looks just as pretty on the back

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    that is so darling and you are a wonderful quilter! Thanks for sharing with us.

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    Oh, I love it!!!!! Adorable owl quilt and awesome quilting!!!!!!!

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    Love your work. :-P :-P

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    Soooooooooooooo cute!

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    The owl is cute and whimsical and your quilting is gorgeous. Kudos to both of you. Thanks for sharing.

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