Thursday, September 27

squared off stipple???

A customer asked for "squared off" stippling....
This was the result of that request:
 This quilt, made by Bev of Virginia, is a gift for an artist and a picture framer.
Is it perfection or what???
I love the pattern you chose, Bev.
Lucky, lucky artists!
Level #2 quilting:  more intricate design and takes more time than level #1 stippling.

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    1. Thanks! It was SO fun - I didn't want it to end!

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  2. kind of like "curcuit board" from leah day, i've used that on a qr quilt... yours look great

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    1. ooooo - I'll call it "Curcuit Board" quilting - I like that! Thanks...

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    2. I'm sooo pleased with how it turned out. Thanks again!!! It was my first long arm quilting experience and I look forward to sending you another quilt ;)

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    3. You are so welcome - Great experience for both of us! Keep sewing - can't wait to see what you come up with next!

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  3. I am so jealous that you get to do gorgeous quilts like this! I will definitely be sending you a quilt soon, just as soon as I finally piece it together ;)

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    1. Well - you have been a bit busy lately! I love what I get to do!!! Thanks for the compliments :)

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  4. Wow, I bet that made you dizzy and took lots of concentration! Great job!

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    1. It DID take lots and lots of concentration - I'm so used to curvy stippling....but it was FUN!

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  5. I like it, Kathy. It looks great. I do something like this, but I let some of my lines cross. I think it's a great alternative to stippling!

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  6. wow, i bet that was a trick to do straight lines! I've tried just doing it with a pencil and I can't get the hang of it!!! It's really awesome.

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    1. Lots and lots of serious concentration - but it was fun!

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