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Thread: Zig Zag butterfly garden path

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    Super Member nanabirdmo's Avatar
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    Another baby quilt. A very simple pattern again using the turkey track quilt stitch. Cause it is fast. lol
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    Very pretty, I love it!

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    I've used french knots to tack a quilt, but never turkey tracks. Smart move.

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    Oh, that is so beautiful!!

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    What a very lovely quilt. Well done.

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    Beautiful! The one underneath is pretty too. :)

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    I know there have been other posts regarding turkey tracks but could you tell me how you do them? Yours look so neat!

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    My, what a pretty quilt. Perfect for a little girl. I love that butterfly fabric. Great job. Love the way you quilted it too.

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    So pretty for a little girl :mrgreen: I love the looks of the turkey tracks, wish I could figure them out :oops:

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    I like it a lot! I also wonder about the one beneath it. What pattern is that? I love the way it looks .

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    That's Super Cute !! Have tacked w/hidden stitches but Turkey Tracks are new to me, is their a tutorial on this? :)

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    I love it, so bright and cheery.

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    Oh that is so pretty!

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    Absolutely lovely!

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    I have not heard of turkey tracks either, I would like to know how you do that stitch to, it looks so good! I would like to know what the back looks like please, close up.
    Very pretty quilt and so is the one underneath!

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    Okay so we all agree your baby quilt is adorable especially with the turkey tracks, great idea! Now more importantly, we would all like to see a pic of the quilt underneath, what I can see of it, it's lovely, if you don't mind post a pic......we are all anxious to see it.....

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    I am so curious, I really am wondering about the back, what it looks like etc! I have realised that the stitch as it looks from the front is what I would call 'Fly' stitch!
    I have come back to post this and have another look! Very pretty quilt!

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    Wow, its just the cutest quilt!

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    Good morning all. Thanks for looking at this little pink baby quilt. I am on my way out the door for work and will respond when I get back from slaving all day. LOL
    For those of you interested in the TURKEY TRACK stitch I posted a tutorial a while back.
    Will post more later. Everyone have a great day.
    Marie

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    Pretty quilt. So sweet

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    How pretty!

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    Very nice. :thumbup:

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    It is adorable :D:D:D

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    Very nice!

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    Love it, the colours are great and the turkey tracks really show up nice.

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