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Dancing Quill, Valori Wells Workshop

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Dancing Quill by Valori Wells Quilting Workshop taught by Jane dumler

I am very excited to share my quilt, Dancing, with you. It is made out of my recent collection of fabric titled Quill with Robert Kaufman. This fabric was inspired by love and friendship. The quilt ...

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Category Quilting
Type Quilt
Style Modern
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What materials did you use? Materials provided in the workshop. For the backing I used a Kaufman paisley fabric. Quilted with Glide thread, a darker color in the bobbin and a lighter color on top, both in the aqua family.

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Great Job. Looks fantastic.

08/25/2014 Flag

This is one great looking quilt! Love it!

08/26/2014 Flag

Gorgeous. I love the quilting, hope my quilt looks as good when it is finished. I have only just managed to cut out the triangles.

09/11/2014 Flag

did you use the templates from the instructions or a 60 degree ruler? I have had an issue with the size of the blocks and difficulty trying to cut them as the 60 degree size is different than the template size.

09/19/2014 Flag

Sorry I've been out of the country. I used a combination. What I suggest however is sew a sample block together because I did have problems with matching seems and points. I used the 60% for the large triangles and I marked another ruler with the smaller template size. It actually didn't go together very easily.Whichever way you go sew a sample first then you will know how to cut to the right size. If I recall when I sewed two small triangles together they were a bit larger than the large triangles. Hope this makes sense. good luck. It could also be that all the problems have been solved. I was one of the early ones, when it was still a mystery quilt.

10/01/2014 Flag