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I am impressed. It sure does provide me with a lot of inspiration and the courage to try new things! We have a whole cloth quilt contest going on with our long arm group, this gives me a whole new perspective. :P


Judy Clark

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Responding to Linda from Ramona...I took two classes from Irena Bluhm in Paducah this spring. I saw many of her beautiful quilts!!! (Also, she is quite a lovely person and so very excited to teach her classes. She's great to be around.)

Ferrett, Irena stitches her whole cloth quilts and then paints them, both back and front. They are amazing. It is certainly a different technique than you are using, but you may want to check out how innovative her work is, too. You definately have many ribbons coming your way with your unique style and talent.

Sandy


Sandra Darlington

Darlington Quilts

2005 APQS Liberty, Circle Lord Enhanced

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Gosh Ferret, I wish I could say I thought you every thing you do ;)

Hugs, Myrna


Myrna Ficken A Quilter's Choice - APQS West, 5787 S. Gallup, Littleton, CO 80120;  Store 435-414-2026 Mobile 435-229-2703  myrnaf@q.com  www.aquilterschoice.com community. Look me up on Facebook   A Quilter's Choice - APQS West

 

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Stunning to put a modern twist on the traditional white whole cloth. You can do anything with a new view. It's great that you have been blessed with so much creativity because it helps stretch all of us. Well done.

Vicki


Vicki Bohnhoff

Dancing Stitcher, Anthem, AZ

480-444-9602

dancingstitcher@mac.com

Millennium w/10\' table, Viking Designer SE

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How inventive. Glad that you posted these pics - it opens up another door for my mind. Your quilts are amazing. And what catagory should your nudes have gone into. Looked like pictures to me. ;)


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APQS Millennium with Smooth M&M Wheels

Pat Noonan Design Studio, Custom Quilting

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Ferret - It has already been said but - - WOW !!! I LOVE this quilt!! You

have just made my kind of wholecloth! I think I could do this! It looks just

great! I have seen so many white or off-white / ivory wholeclothes.... Now

don't get me wrong, they are beautiful and elegant and such.... just never

really "turned me on". Can I say that? Do you all know what I mean? I just

happen to love and thrive on bright colors - and on the black background,

this is just perfect! You never would have acheived the same results on a

white background.

After seeing your photos -who knows? I might now just be tempeted to

make one myself. I have not tried the Masterpeice thread yet, but it sure

does look pretty nice and shiney on your quilt! Will have to get a bit and

give it a whirl......I do have a question though.... I am guessing that you

marked this out on your background before you loaded it on your machine.

What did you use for this?? on such a dark fabric.... and did it all come off

allright?? Looks like it, looks just great! I have to look at those photos

again...... WOW!!


Judi Olson

Garden City Quilting

Love my Millennium!!  :wub:

" ~ Aspire to Inspire before you Expire ~ "

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Oh - one more question... Is that a metalic thread that you used for the

outlines? o.k. one more question... What was your inspiration for this quilt?

(had to look at it again today - so cool!!) Thanks for sharing your art with

us - such great ideas!


Judi Olson

Garden City Quilting

Love my Millennium!!  :wub:

" ~ Aspire to Inspire before you Expire ~ "

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Well my mouth finally closed, thank goodness I was getting a sore jaw from it being dropped so far down. THAT IS ONE ABSOLUTELY OUTRAGEOUSLY GORGEOUS quilt. Oh my if the judges don't award you bestest of the best, they are nuts. Just my humble opinon. thank you for sharing. It makes me very proud to know you if even just through this forum.


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Bekah

Shepherd's Garden Quilting

APQS Sales Representative

APQS Millenium

www.shepherdsgardenquilting.com

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