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Sneak Peek

October 15, 2007

I have my Roman Stripes lap quilt on the table right now. Here is a sneak peek.

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Half way through I had the idea of using a variegated thread for those feathers; pinks, greens and oranges. Wouldn’t that have been yummy?! Maybe another time…

Have a great day! 🙂

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18 comments

  1. Just beautiful!!!!!!!!!!


  2. Those feathers are lovely!


  3. Wow, I love those feathers!


  4. wow — gorgeous quilting!


  5. Your feathers are outstanding! I agree variegated thread would be nice too.


  6. Wow, this is stunning quilting.


  7. Nothing beats the texture of quilting with no color I think. It’s a beautiful quilt, and I can’t wait to see how the Peter and Paul one looks quilted.


  8. Uh. I’d leave a comment except I’m speechless.

    Me too on the Peter and Paul quilt.


  9. You are getting really good!


  10. Gorgeous quilting Deb! I can’t wait to see the finished product.

    Linda


  11. Oooo! That is so pretty! What a wonderful job! Wow, WOW!

    TerriW


  12. Wowzers. My socks are knocked off.


  13. gorgeous! And I like THIS thread as opposed to a verigated..looks very elegant to me:)


  14. The feathers are unbelievably gorgeous.


  15. Oh Deb Your feathers are really beautiful! You’ve gotten very good with that longarm! I hope to get one soon too, but I know it’s going to take practice to get that good on it.


  16. Gorgeous!


  17. Beautiful work Deb.


  18. You are doing wonderful work on your longarm quilting!! Thanks for sharing what you’re doing. Those feathers are gorgeous!!



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