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Geranium Tea cloth Experiment 2014

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Machine Quilting Wholecloth Quilts taught by Cindy Needham

Wholecloth quilts are a stitched symphony of fabric, motifs, texture and embellishments. Showcase your quilting as you design and create your own wholecloth treasure.

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What materials did you use? A machine made lace tea cloth, with 100% cotton underpayment. W&N batting. YLI variegated 'Madras' and Superior So Fine white threads.

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What are you most proud of? I seem to have mastered the stipple. I am also proud that I didn't give up when the background didn't come out as I had envisaged (and how!)

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Choose something to begin with that doesn't have all that open work.

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Looks beautiful!

07/13/2014 Flag

Absolutely beautiful!

09/09/2014 Flag

I love your contract background color and your quilting design choices. They perfectly compliment the beautiful tea cloth and your stitching is lovely. Amazing work!

09/27/2014 Flag

Thank you, folks, you are very generous with your comments. X

10/03/2014 Flag

What a shame you couldn't hear my gasp when i saw this. Absolutely stunning. So is the back. Congrats.

06/12/2015 Flag