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Candy Dish, Kim Diehl pattern

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Candy Dish

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Design It, Quilt It: Free-Form Techniques taught by Cindy Needham

Pull out those unfinished objects! Cindy Needham will inspire you with stitching techniques to put gorgeous finishing touches on your work of art.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? Scrap quilting cottons

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What are you most proud of? How wonderfully flat Cindy's ESS technique makes this quilt lay and top seams disappear

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Figure out what you want in your outside border first . . . I pulled mine out 5 x's and I still don't like this but I had "had it" by then!

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Charming! I love the colors! :)

01/20/2013 Flag

Pickles said it so well, it is charming. You obviously have really really good control of your machine. I am so impressed

01/21/2013 Flag

All done with a walking foot -- not my free motion work . . . yet ;o] Thanks to both for the compliments!

01/21/2013 Flag

I LOVE the movement you've created with all the geometric lines in the middle and love your color choices. GREAT job!!! :)

01/28/2013 Flag

Cindy -- I BELIEVE in ESS !!! What a huge difference it makes! I can't take credit for the "movement" the geometric quilting gave this piece -- it's what Kim Diehl suggests in the pattern. Color is random! Wish I would have washed out the markings before I posted it!!! Oh well!

02/08/2013 Flag

Great movement in this quilt by placing the x inside each piece.

03/11/2013 Flag

All thanks to Kim Diehl and how she quilted hers!

01/24/2014 Flag

I love your border quilting it looks so even and pretty. Did you use your walking foot for it too?

01/21/2014 Flag

I did use the walking foot for the border! and the border papers you can buy that press on to the quilt . . .

01/24/2014 Flag