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Thread: ~.Elk Quilt.~

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    This one is the thrid is the series from Ty Livingston. It is called Monarch of the Valley. One morning I woke up and had over 200 of these creatures in my front yard!

    Monarch of the Valley by Ty Livingston Manufactured by the Bigfork Bay Cotton Company
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    Beautiful work. Love it all and the framing fabric is perfect for the center:)

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    Another gorgeous one!!! And I don't know where you live in hiding, but it sure sounds like heaven to me, to have elk, black bear and bison.

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    I love this one also.
    It is one of three of Ty's series.
    There is a bear and a bison also.

    Resting in the Lupines BY Ty Livingston Manufactured by the Bigfork Bay Cotton Company
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    Bearly Fall By Ty Livingston Manufactured by the Bigfork Bay Cotton Company
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    I live in Montana! Where the deer and the antelope play~

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    Your quilts are beyond beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toto's Mom
    Another gorgeous one!!! And I don't know where you live in hiding, but it sure sounds like heaven to me, to have elk, black bear and bison.
    Yeah....I wanna live there!!!

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    Thanks...they aren't my quilts although I do have ever intention of making them. These are new summer releases from one of my most favorite pattern companies. I only know how to trace, cut and iron. I couldn't make a Yellow Brick Road quilt if someone paid me a million dollars! But I can do fusible web projects. Anyway, Ty Livingston designed the quilts and the patterns are by the Bigfork Bay Cotton Company.

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    STUNNING

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    They are all beautiful!!!

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    Beautiful! You couldn't have found a more perfect framing fabric if you'd searched 100 years!

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    Hey, I got a bare wall that could sure use that on it. I love it!! Fantastic job!!

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    amazing,great quilt :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Great job, and what a creature to have as an example in real live. I miss waking up to those beautiful beast.

    Thanks for sharing,
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    Nice

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    Gorgeous!!

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    Those are so gorgeous. The look like paintings!!

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    Hi there sundancer.....Have you ever made any of these patterns yourself? Just wondering on the techniques they describe if you have any input?

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    Those are awesome

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    These have all been so gorgeous. Love your framing fabric and how it goes with all of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimkankwilt
    Quote Originally Posted by Toto's Mom
    Another gorgeous one!!! And I don't know where you live in hiding, but it sure sounds like heaven to me, to have elk, black bear and bison.
    Yeah....I wanna live there!!!
    I'll go along with that!!! :thumbup:

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    Nice

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    Very nice quilts!!!!!

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    Nice, nice, nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sundancer
    Thanks...they aren't my quilts although I do have ever intention of making them. These are new summer releases from one of my most favorite pattern companies. I only know how to trace, cut and iron. I couldn't make a Yellow Brick Road quilt if someone paid me a million dollars! But I can do fusible web projects. Anyway, Ty Livingston designed the quilts and the patterns are by the Bigfork Bay Cotton Company.
    Sundancer, how do you finish off the edge of each piece after you fuse and iron down the pieces??? What a major project this appears to be...to me!

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