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This is the third applique quilt I did that a member of our guild designed.  I changed some of the quilting.  I crosshatched the entire outer border, did feathers in the dark green border,  did L and e in the light green border, and changed the design in the corners.  I used five different So Fine and BL colors.

 

 

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Paula's applique 211 by LibbyG7, on Flickr

 

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Paula's applique 214 by LibbyG7, on Flickr

 

 

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Paula's applique 215 by LibbyG7, on Flickr

 

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Paula's applique 220 by LibbyG7, on Flickr

 

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Paula's applique 223 by LibbyG7, on Flickr

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Libby,

It's beautiful and the back looks like an amazing whole cloth!  Thanks for sharing.


Heidi Patterson

APQS Blissed Millennium with Quilt Path

APQS Sales Rep - Educator - Authorized Service Rep

Boise, Idaho

208-861-5018 (cell)

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Gorgeous!!!


Valerie Smith

Pumpkin Patch Quilter

http://www.pumpkinpatchquilter.com

http://www.pumpkinpatchquilter.etsy.com

Pantograph Co-Designer for Urban Elementz

https://www.urbanelementz.com/shop/category/quilting-designs-by-designer/valerie-smith/

 

**As of March 2015 I will be Quilting on a 2000 APQS Certified Used Millennium!**

Quilting from January 2013 to February 2015 on a non-stitch regulated 1999 Ultimate 1

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Libby that is gorgeous!! And if for some reason your customer forgets to pick up this quilt....., give me a call and I'll be there in a flash to take it off your hands. ;)


5D9B899E078457BB53D3F7C6030FEE84.pngJulie & "The Pearl Girl"

Hand guided 2012 Blissed Millennium with Glide.

http://heritage-keepsakes.blogspot.com.au

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Thanks to everyone for your very nice comments.  I've reached my limits of likes. 

 

Bonnie this quilt took me 28 hours to do, over a five day span.  Fortunately I knew what I wanted to quilt in each of the pieces.  If not, I can take more time.  Also I did the feathers and L and Es because the marking was very easy.

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Thanks to everyone for your very nice comments.  I've reached my limits of likes. 

 

Bonnie this quilt took me 28 hours to do, over a five day span.  Fortunately I knew what I wanted to quilt in each of the pieces.  If not, I can take more time.  Also I did the feathers and L and Es because the marking was very easy.

 

I am still in awe.  And dang, then you post another one!  Goodness, girl - too amazing.


Bonnie

(and Amazing Grace)

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