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Coin Feathers Donation Quilt

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Free-Motion Quilting with Feathers taught by Angela Walters

Fun, easy and versatile quilted feathers! Join Angela Walters in her comprehensive class to add a host of options to your machine-quilting toolbox.

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Traditional
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What materials did you use? Donated quilt top pieced by several people so the borders were a bit of a challenge because not everyone pieces the same. Pellon silconized low loft poly batting, 'Essential Pro poly matte finish longarm thread 70wt. taupe in top and bobbin except in border areas, used Anecot 40wt. cream and the taupe bobbin.

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What are you most proud of? That I embraced the fear of stitching feathers.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Embrace the feather!

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Wish I could pick the loose threads off of the picture.

03/15/2013 Flag

Loose threads or not, they are all very pretty quilts and I'm sure whomever receives these donation quilts will be overjoyed! These are quilts of love!

03/16/2013 Flag

Thank you. It is going to the local Foster Care Association. They do appreciate receiving our quilts.

03/22/2013 Flag

Stunning!!! i love it!!!! I didn't even notice the loose threads!

03/18/2013 Flag

Thank you for presenting such an awesome class!

03/22/2013 Flag

Loose thread, who could see that when you see feathers with beautiful curvatious ends, stitched at a lovely graceful angle and that flow back to meet the stem as if you could continue on to the very bottom of it. With such beauty and grace in the feathers, you could have 10 or 20 threads and I wouldn't notice them.

03/19/2013 Flag