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Triple Quilting Challenge - Part 6 Border Feathers

With the paint finished I was excited to finish putting the border feathers on. Mr. Steam usually makes a nice breakfast on the weekends. This gave me just the right amount of time to get the feathers finished on the border. 100 more words

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Triple Quilting Challenge - Part 5 Painting

So far, so good. Most of the motifs were on the quilt. Now it was time to start adding some paint. I still needed to finish the rainbow variegated feathers on the outside borders. 767 more words

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Triple Quilting Challenge - Part 4 Stitching the Motifs

All right, now we are cooking with gas (although Mr. Steam does prefer coal). The top is marked it was time to get it loaded on Millie and start SEWING! 706 more words

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Triple Quilting Challenge - Part 3 Marking the Top

After finishing the design for my whole cloth quilt it took me several weeks to get the nerve up to actually start marking the quilt. I am not sure why I was so nervous about it, but I was. 296 more words

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Triple Quilting Challenge - Part 2 Design

After spending quite a bit of time looking at different whole cloth quilts, I decided that I wanted my quilt to have more of an applique look. 248 more words

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Triple Quilting Challenge - Part 1 Concept

My only New Years Resolution that I made this year was a single word. Challenge. It means a lot of things to me, one of those things is to challenge myself to try things and techniques that have been intimidating to me. 366 more words

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Quilts of Valor #2 - Stars of Valor

I was so worried after sending back my first Quilt of Valor. Would it be good enough? Would they want me to quilt a second one? 831 more words

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