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Thread: True Lovers Knot top completed, now how do I quilt it??

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    Super Member heather1949's Avatar
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    Wow Wow Wow just beautiful,I agree send it to a longarm quilter.
    God Bless you all.
    Heather.

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    Very pretty! What about a baptist fan pattern for the quilting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by s.daurio View Post
    pattern is available http://tlc.howstuffworks.com/home/tr...uilt-block.htm

    I made a couple of modifications but essentially followed the patter. I removed a couple of strips on a couple of the blocks so that I didn't have the double color line when piecing the four blocks together. I really was an easy quilt to make.
    I went to site and seen block but didnt see the pattern am i missing something?

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    Gorgeous quilt. I think whatever you do for the quilting it will still be wonderful!

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    I very much agree with feline fanatic. thanks for sharing. beautiful piece of art.
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    Now here's a pattern that you don't see too often. I love it! I would suggest cross-hatching.

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    Gorgeous quilt. Can't wait to see how u quilt it.
    Linda

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    Oh my...what an awesome quilt. Sorry, no ideas of quilting
    Blessings from Janice

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    Oh! I love this pattern. The colors you used give the quilt lots of motion. Well done!
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    OMGoodness that is such an awesome quilt.....

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    Great job done on a beautiful quilt.

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    I love your quilt! I don't remember seeing that pattern before, it is really beautiful.

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