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I quilted this baby quilt for a customer.  Didn't know what to quilt at first.  I wanted to framed the candle wicking since there was no sashing separating the blocks. Then a secondary patterned showed up and I just had to add feathers.  I wanted to add background fill and smaller stippling but I didn't want to make it stiff since it is a baby quilt.

http://dewquilting.blogspot.com

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Diane Wingo

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I am always amazed at how you ladies can look at a quilt top and come up with these designs!  your quilting certainly made this quilt.. love it  :wub:


Laura

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 ​BEAUTIFUL!  And, THATS how it's done! frame it out, and let it lead to another design.

​Makes for beautiful framed work and backgrounds!!!


F55CA928B31BF9D50E35FB71F402EFB1.png Millennium/IntelliQuilter 402-450-8321 Designer of the 1/2" foot for Ult II's. 1sheributler@gmail.com

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