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Thread: Teresa's happy quilt....quilted by Charisma

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    Teresa's happy quilt....quilted by Charisma

    T sent me this quilt for LAQ.
    Her and I have built a friendship through this board and I am so thankful!

    She pieced this lovely number and I love her fabric choices..they just SING....Don't they?
    Well I chose to quilt it with the baptist Fan template I have from loricles.
    It's a fun easy way to quilt. as most of you knwo I do everything freehand and custom. I have never even quilted using a pantograph...but I got these boards a few months ago and I like them. If any other LAQ's have any questions about them feel free to ask.
    Anyway...T did a fabulous job and I was all to happy to quilt for her!

    I used warn and white batting.

    Thanks so much!
    Charisma
    " A girl should be two things: Classy and Fabulous!" Coco Chanel
    www.charismascorner.com
    I quilt on my INNOVA long arm. I own an 18 & 26.

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    Forgot the pics...Sorry
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    " A girl should be two things: Classy and Fabulous!" Coco Chanel
    www.charismascorner.com
    I quilt on my INNOVA long arm. I own an 18 & 26.

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    Very nice quilt and quilting.

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    Love the Baptist Fan quilt pattern, just the perfect complement to this quilt!

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    The yellow is what makes it seem happy to me
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    Very fun colors and fabulous quilting!
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    Great use of color. Thanks for showing.

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    Gorgeous quilt and quilting!
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    I like that a lot, especially on simple quilt patterns. Have some hand quilted ones my great grandmother did in the Baptist fan (she was a Methodist?????). Very special.
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    Sometimes a simple design is the best way to go! It is beautiful!!
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    Wonderful and yes it does sing
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    Very pretty. Love the quilting too.

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    Very cute!!!

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    very pretty
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    Yes, it's a beautiful quilt. Anad baptist fan was a good choice for the quilting. Nicely done - both of you.

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    Beautiful..

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    I have those boards too. I love them.
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    Oh, I agree - - those colors just make you feel happy!! Been wondering about the boards, Charisma. Did you use a set of two, which I've heard you pretty much need to do? Did you have and additional purchase of some kind of stylus to follow in the grooves? Given how much quilting you do, do you think there'd be much of a training/learning curve for less prolific quilters? THANKS! Pat
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    How seer. It really is happy looking. Quilting is perfect.
    Jojos Nana, Carol

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting.

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    It is a happy quilt!!! The yellow just brightens it ! Wonderful fabric choices , and of course your quilting is the perfect choice.

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    Beautiful, cheerful quilt!
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    Very nice quilt and quilting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by katkat1946 View Post
    Oh, I agree - - those colors just make you feel happy!! Been wondering about the boards, Charisma. Did you use a set of two, which I've heard you pretty much need to do? Did you have and additional purchase of some kind of stylus to follow in the grooves? Given how much quilting you do, do you think there'd be much of a training/learning curve for less prolific quilters? THANKS! Pat
    I am not Chasima, but I have a set of 3, so I can do king size. and yes, I needed their stylus. check it out here http://circlelordindex.blogspot.com/ scroll down thru all the different kinds. If you dont do king you can get away with 2 boards. They have lots of videos. I think the learning curve is easy. just look all over their site. And they are very helpful on the phone, too.
    Vicki Mc in SC
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    You do amazing work freehand!
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