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May 06, 2013


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Wow, what an elaborate block! Looks beautiful!


Looking good! I'll be curious to hear how you like the QAYG method. I've done it before. Even when I was quilting on my domestic machine, I found this technique more trouble than it was suppose to save me. However, I don't think you could do this embroidered quilt any other way, at least not as easily as this method will allow.


Ooh, that's VERY pretty. I'm looking forward to the process post. :)


Just amazing quilting again!


This quilt is going to be stunning. I'm looking forward to watching your progress and then seeing the whole quilt! Great job!


Boy, that's a LOT of work Stephanie -- even by machine. It always cracks me up that people think machine embroidery is so fast and easy. It's going to be beautiful!

Amy DeCesare

Looking so beautiful!!! I really love that white on white quilting, bringing out the colorful star.

Linda in Calif.

Such beautiful quilting - the star is beautiful too, but I keeping looking at the quilting. I'll keep watching to see how these connect. Really fun project.


That's beautiful. Looking forward to hearing your comments on putting the block together. I did a similar project years and years ago and putting the blocks together was NOT may favorite part but I read the Hoop Sisters do it and it sounds like a better method.

kathy olkowski

stunning! love the quilting....

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