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studio log cabin

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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 Home Decor
Style Traditional
johellen on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? reproduction cottons, wool batting I used Bottom Line thread top and bottom.

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gorgeous job!!

03/08/2013 Flag

wow wow wow!!! I love everything about it! I especially love the feather detail in the middle.

03/09/2013 Flag

Wonderful work! I have a queen/king quilt in log cabin and feathers would look really great on it. Guess I will give it a try.

03/09/2013 Flag

Marked or not, your feather work is beautiful! Love your closer view picture which shows all the gorgeous quilting.

03/11/2013 Flag

Great piecing and wonderful quilting, even if it was marked. With so much quilting on it, does the quilt drape nicely or is it a little stiff? If you are going to use it for a wallhanging, it really makes no difference. Great job!!

03/11/2013 Flag

Thanks, everyone. The wool batting fills space nicely but when heavily quilted, it is quite flat but not stiff. Two of the cabins have woodgrain quilting on the door and it's dense but they are flexible.

03/15/2013 Flag