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    Lemon Tree Tami

    Improv scrappy batik quilt

    I've just finished a few client quilts that are improv pieced. This one came off the frame earlier today and I'm in love with the colors of it. Doesn't it just look like a lot of fun to make?! The panto is Modern Maze by Krista Withers. So Fine 50 wt Superior Threads in color Ferrari Green (my go to color for these multi color quilts.) The batting is Quilter's Dream Cotton Deluxe loft batting which added a nice heft to it for a wall-hanging. That gorgeous purple ombre' backing is a Marimekko fabric that my client found at the Crate 'n Barrel outlet in Berkeley, CA.
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    delld

    Fresh off Frannie Ann this week

    Sandi made this quilt. The pattern is Garden Path. Used Affinity top and bottrom but will not do that again. 80/20 Batting. Panto is Sumputous.20151119_151816 by Dell Dunman, on Flickr Here is the back 20151119_151910 by Dell Dunman, on Flickr And a close up 20151119_151831 by Dell Dunman, on Flickr This is Carolyn's quilt. Affinity on top and Metro on the bottom. 80/20 batting. Panto is Lollipop Roses [/url]20151120_133035 by Dell Dunman, on Flickr Close up20151120_133046 by Dell Dunman, on Flickr 20151120_133035 by Dell Dunman, on Flickr And here is Tammy's Ohio Quilt 20151117_111832 by Dell Dunman, on Flickr Close ups on Flickr Just click the picture This is Emma Jo's a simple custom. Close ups on Flickr 20151114_160533 by Dell Dunman, on Flickr Thanks for looking!!!!
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    Thanks for the picture catch up!! Love the variety:)
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    LisaC

    Fresh off Frannie Ann this week

    Awesome, Dell! You keep so busy!!!
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    I dew quilting

    Flying Geese

    I finished a wall hanging several weeks ago but never posted it. This was suppose to be a full size quilt but when I saw how many HST I had left to make I decided to turn my one finished block into a wall hanging. Set on point I added the flying geese on the border. Glide thread and 2 layers of batting, 80/20 on the bottom and wool on top. All freehand and ruler work. I used QP BFF template for the flying geese. About a 52". more pictures on http://dewquilting.blogspot.com
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    tootsquilts

    Lucy Giveaway

    I really thought it was mine already, darn.
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    delld

    Amy Bradly Princess quilt

    Virginia made this quilt and asked me to quit it. It took a week!!! 15 different colors of metro and glide threads with cotton batting. Bottom line in the bobbin. Here is the quilt but there are close ups on flickr you can page though. thanks for looking. 20151107_101346 by Dell Dunman, on Flickr
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    Beautiful, Quilting is awesome, love it.
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    Wow...even though the front is absolutely beautiful, the back really shows the design work. You could use either side as the top. David
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    Mary Beth

    Flying Geese

    I am kind of glad is was overwhelming, and kind of not. I love it. Your quilting is beautiful. I would love to see the full quilt, but you knocked this out of the ball park. Great quilting.
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    Just beautiful. I hope I can reach you level some day
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    Incredibly beautiful! Your quilting is an inspiration.
  15. 1 point
    jmcclannan

    Lucy Giveaway

    Mary Beth, are you going to MQS? I want to go and I want to take a class with Claudia.
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    This looks like a quilt that I quilted in March 2012 for someone. I am attaching a couple of pictures of my finished work. I used Constantine Quilts 8" Swag Templates for the borders. I either used Ronda's Curved Crescent Moon Template 12" for the curves in the white part of the Pinwheels, or DeLoa's Boomerang, I just can't remember which. I did just eyeball the placement of the curves. The color part of the Pinwheels is just some freehand work. I would love to know where on Pinterest that you seen this quilt. I cannot imagine the lady putting it on there. This quilt is a little famous, per say. It has been in a sweet movie named "Touched By Grace".
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    I am with Cagey in that it looks free hand to me. Why don't you try drawing a pinwheel quilt onto a sheet of paper...and see if you can't freehand something similar? Generally if you can draw it, you can quilt it!