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Free Motion Quilting a Sampler taught by Leah Day

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Casual
Polarjo on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I am particularly happy with the way the stippling in the center turned out. Too bad it doesn't show up very well on the photo.

Polarjo on craftsy.com

Beautiful quilting!

12/08/2012 Flag

I love the colors you're using. I find choosing the color scheme to be one of the hardest to do! Beautiful!!

12/19/2012 Flag

I agree. Choosing the fabrics/colors is usually the hardest part for me too. In this case I saw the three main fabrics together in the store and just thought it looked so bright and fun, so I got some, not knowing what I would use them for. Then this project came along. Everything else in the blocks is just scraps.

12/20/2012 Flag

The quilting is awesome! did you plan the paisley in the center to match?

01/16/2013 Flag

Thank you. I quilted this based on Leah's designs for this quilt top. It was just a happy accident that she used the paisley design on this particular block and I just happened to use the paisley fabric in the center of it.

01/16/2013 Flag

Hi did you quilt as you go on all your blocks? They all look great!

03/17/2013 Flag

Thanks. I quilted this as after it was all pieced together and sandwiched as one quilt - it's bigger than your average lap quilt but smaller than a twin. I quilted it on my

03/19/2013 Flag

home machine.

03/19/2013 Flag