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March 6, 2019
Vision Sort Of Accomplished! from The Quilt Yarn

I had a vision for this quilt and when this did not exactly go to plan I abandoned the project. Well, it has been resurrected and I have definitely been reminded why it became an UFO in the first place.

I have been working on the border for the last 1 1/2 weeks. What a hassle this was!

My initial thought of stitching this out using Golden Threads paper proved too difficult...the motif is just too frilly and to my horror I also had not taken into account that the borders were all slightly different, so it was ...

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August 23, 2018
Birmingham Festival of Quilts—British Quilt Study Group from Telling Stories Through the Needle's Eye

What a whirlwind two weeks it has been for Teri and me! We hit the ground running at the Birmingham Festival of Quilts and didn't stop until Teri hopped on a plane to return home. With all that activity behind us—trips to France, castles, and cathedrals—posting about the amazing quilts we saw at the quilt show is now possible. There were so many wonderful quilts, that it would be challenging to show them all in one post. Today's quilts are from the exhibit hosted by the British Quilt Study Group (BQSG), while some of the other ...

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June 23, 2018
Quilting with Gold 1 from Virtual Quilter

Quilting with Gold 1

Mmm, the gold thread seems to have turned to silver, but I still like the design.

 

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February 27, 2018
Virtual Wholecloth 6×6 1 from Virtual Quilter

Virtual Wholecloth 6x6 1

LOL!

It looks like lace in places, instead of a whole-cloth quilt design!

For users of EQ I think it might be that I copy applique designs to create motif or stencil blocks, which means the shapes are closed … I will have to work out an easy way to open up the shapes. Sounds like a lot of boring, repetitive time at the computer, so maybe I will leave it until my next lifetime!

Maybe by then I will find a new title for this project file too!

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February 11, 2018
We’ve Got Some Exciting Classes Coming Your Way! from Quilted Joy

I have been hard at work putting together my spring schedule of classes and I’m so excited for everything we have coming up! We’ve got everything from piecing techniques to machine quilting on the stand ups AND the sit down domestic machines. So are you ready to learn a lot this spring? Take a look at all of the amazing classes we have on our jam-packed schedule this spring.

Take a (P)Fantastic Adventure in Machine Quilting with Claudia Pfeil

Claudia Pfeil Longarm Machine Quilter

The workshop I’m most looking forward to is Claudia Pfeil’s (P)Fantastic Adventure. You may not ...

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January 23, 2018
Background Work on Wholecloth Practice Quilt from The Quilt Yarn

This is a bit of fun. As this is for no particular purpose or reason I felt a bit freed up to try all sorts of things. It's easy to see that my quilting follows Patsy Thompson's love for hyperquilting.

I will mention again that I have got Patsy Thompson's DVD Feather set. If you want to learn how to quilt feathers I can highly recommend it...it is lovely to watch and packed with information. In one of those videos Patsy introduced hyperquilting...I think you either love it, like I do, or you don't ...

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January 17, 2018
Progress on Practice Wholecloth from The Quilt Yarn

My practice project is coming along. However today, when I finally sat down to continue we had a power outage, so I did not get as much done as I would have liked.

I have been stitching this wholecloth to practice a number of things
- to try my new circle and arc rulers
- to try a new thread - Magnifico from Superior threads
- to continue to explore the HQ Sweet 16, i.e. how different will it be to stitch something that is quite familiar to me but obviously will feel completely different on the Sweet 16

and then I added ...

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January 16, 2018
Welcome 2018! - Anahata quilt from A Beautiful Day - O Zi Frumoasa


Anahata quilt pillow - abeeautifulday.blogspot.com


The heart chakra, or Anahata in its original Sanskrit name, colors our life with compassion, love, and beauty.

Anahata is unifying chakra. It is the healing center.
It means living your life with loving kindness and compassion towards others. It means that your heart is open to others and you inspire kindness and compassion in others. It is associated with balance, calmness, and serenity.

Anahata moves love through our life.
Its color is green, higher energy frequencies can turn to pink.

We are used that an effect is produced by the confrontation of two opposite forces.

At the level of ...

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January 12, 2018
Practice Wholecloth from The Quilt Yarn

I am making progress and learning a lot by my mistakes, mainly to do with my lack of planning with this little quilt. Absolute must to put your framework in first before filling anything else! I am sure I have said this before somewhere but obviously have not committed this to memory. Maybe it will stick after this time ☺

Decided my wreath needed something else and ended up putting another circle in underneath the arcs. Must say that this got a bit messy because of the compaction already happening so this is not going to be a 100%. However I ...

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January 2, 2018
Buggin Out: Machine Quilted Wholecloth from One Designer Pursuing her Dreams

Buggin Out Wholecloth Quilt Another practice wholecloth quilt came to being over the winter break. I challenged myself with purple Glide thread on orange cotton fabric. Yikes! At first it seemed a...

See more sewing and quilting adventures from Jen Eskridge of ReannaLily Designs

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October 2, 2017
Virtual Wholecloth Sirius 12 from Virtual Quilter

Virtual Wholecloth Sirius 12

Love the way the boring bits of the quilting showcase the intricate bits.


Filed under: Quilt, Virtual Wholecloth Sirius Tagged: Quilting Design, Wholecloth Quilt

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October 1, 2017
Virtual Wholecloth 6 from Virtual Quilter

Virtual Wholecloth 6

I have never made a wholecloth quilt, but love them.

I have designed some wholecloth quilts in Electric Quilt though, and I enjoy trying to design with lines creating shapes, not crating those shapes with contrasting fabrics.


Filed under: Quilt, Virtual Wholecloth Tagged: Quilting, Wholecloth Quilt

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March 27, 2017
Wholecloth Experiment from Quilt Matters

I've been mulling over an idea about doing a colourful wholecloth using the walking foot quilting technique I learned from Heather Lair, which I've decided to start calling Lair Quilting. I first used it on Heathia, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Heather was an amazing artist, who passed away in 2013. I took a class with her in 2011 in St. Andrews by the Sea, NB. She was very generous with her art quilting knowledge and I haven't seen anyone else do her quilting technique other than me. Now that I use it so ...

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