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Panda Pandamonium

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Panda Pandamonium Front

Created in this Craftsy class

Free Motion Fillers, Vol. 1 taught by Leah Day

Give 50 free-motion filler designs a whirl with instructor Leah Day in this in-depth quilting class. Stitch each design to create an impressive and unique quilt.

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Category Quilting
Type Quilt
Style Modern, Whimsical, Art
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What materials did you use? Hoffman Bali Layer Cake, Black Kona fabric, black and pastel colored buttons, Aurifil threads.

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What are you most proud of? using a different free motion filler for each batik section

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? just have fun and experiment! Be brave and use a solid colored backing so you can see all the cool textures/motifs on the reverse side!

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This quilt top was made in Therese May's in person Quilted Portrait workshop. It really came to life in thanks to all the fabulous free motion filler designs and confidence gained from Leah Day, Angela Walters, Frieda Anderson, Wendy Butler Berns and Ann Petersen's Craftsy classes. Thank you!!!

06/04/2014 Flag

I love this quilt! Your puppy has such personality and I think your intricate quilting really adds to that. How did you make the eyes - it appears that they are some kind of button?

06/06/2014 Flag

Thanks Emafish. Yes--my puppy certainly has a colorful personality so it was fun making a quilt that reflects her energy and enthusiasm. And you are correct-each eye is made with 2 buttons (a light colored button down first with a smaller black button for the pupil. The hardest part was matching up all the holes with the front and the back of the quilt (4 buttons total!!) My poor fingers!

06/16/2014 Flag

So very well done in every respect!

04/26/2015 Flag