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Rolling Prairie-100% on my small machine

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Quilting Big Projects on a Small Machine taught by Ann Petersen

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Traditional
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What materials did you use? Quilt name Rolling Prairie designed by Mabeth Oxenreider Illustrated in Better Homes & Garden American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine August 2011 issue Quilt made in 2012 and its size is 86 x 91 This was my Big Project on a Small Machine. This quilt had the choice of 63 to 116 different prints and colors. I ended up going with 84 though. Before purchasing the fabric, I called ahead to the quilt shop to warn them and to make sure they would be able to assist me in this large order of patterns and colors. My intensions were to go with the 116 but it became too crazy trying to find and decide on all the combinations. I needed 116 different fabrics to get a 2 x 42 strip out of it. Exhausting! I left the shop brain dead. The quilting was all done on my regular Singer sewing machine. This was my 1st attempt and I think it was a success.

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This is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

11/04/2013 Flag

Where can you purchase the patter for the Bargello quilt?

11/04/2013 Flag

Very stunning!

11/05/2013 Flag

How can I get the pattern for the beautiful bargella quilt?

09/07/2014 Flag

Amazing work! Beautifu!

09/10/2014 Flag