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Thread: Warm Wishes WIP

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    Lovely quilt. I like Tartan's idea.

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    I just pulled this pattern from my pile of "I'd like to do this some day" patterns. What a treat to see it in lovely brilliant fabrics. It has moved up the list and I hope to give it a go in the next few weeks.

    Lovely work. My pattern includes the "x" suggestion for quilting but I like the other choices already mentioned too.

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    I am a hand quilter most of the time. I cross hatched the blocks and did a quarter inch at every seam. This is one of my favorite patterns!

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    When I make the Warm Wishes quilt, I straight stitch thru the the "stripe" squares making X's.

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    I like both the water and the waves. Have fun with it

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    Great Warm Warm Wishes quilt. Love the colors.

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    I think the all over meander would be pretty. I love the quilt!

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    Since my quilting is limited to straight lines, basically stitch in the ditch, I cannot advice you. However, I want tell you, you created a beautiful quilt. Very lovely indeed.

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    Love your focus fabric and color choices. Very bright and coloful quilt. I usually just do a simple SITD on warm wishes.

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    Very pretty.

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    I don't do a lot of FMQ. What I do for all my WWs is stich in the ditch around all the blocks and then create an X through the rail fence blocks. It ends up making the focus fabric in your WWs look like a square in a square instead. It's a nice secondary design. I like the water/wood grain meander, but I have no idea how I would do that.
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