Thursday, February 07, 2013

The Bird Quilt

The Bird Quilt from Cheri's My Folk Art Best is finished.  It's a small quilt, 18" x 28", so didn't take long with the raw edge applique.
Cross-hatch pattern for the quilting for a finish.

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  2. I'll try this again, I didn't write it right the first time. I love your quilt and have a question for you. Did you machine sew around the edges or did you hand sew around them. I wanted to share this with a friend. Thanks!

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  3. Oh Nancy, wonderful quilt...great job, Francine.

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  4. I love that pattern and how it came out. Do you just leave the edge raw? Do you use fusible paper? And what stitch did you use? I like the idea of raw edge, but worry about it lasting in the wash.

    Debbie

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  5. Nancy, you are whipping those quilts out! I made a similar once recently.

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  6. That is really a beauty! I love it!

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  7. Hi Nancy,
    I do so love to see your quilts hanging on the line, this one is wonderful.
    I'm learning about British sheep and thought about your wild neighbours.
    Happy stitching, Angela.x

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  8. Can't pick what is catching my eye...the colours or the quirky pattern, but I do know, I love seeing it hanging on your line!

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  9. Love your quilt, and always love the beauty of the setting where you photograph. It reminds me of the area where I grew up.

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  10. Sweet! Love crosshatching. This looks lovely :-)

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  11. Terrific quilt. I'm always amazed by how quickly you create a new piece. Great job!!

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  12. It is such a simple quilt but so adorable!!!

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Nancy