Thursday, January 15, 2015

Fancy Fox Quilt

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This is Heather’s Fancy Fox quilt and it is a pattern by Elizabeth Hartman.    She ask for it to be quilted flat and I was shown a picture of one done with wood grain quilting so that is what I did.  I found the source of the picture, which was from the Red Red Completely Red blog which you can see here.

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I don’t know the name of the fabric line used but know it was a kit she bought at Fabriculous in Swan River, MB.
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I just quilted a slightly wavy line down the quilt and added the a wood knot to the lines randomly.  I loaded the quilt sideways on my machine so the quilting process was very quick!  I used a variegated grey Lava thread and Quilters Dream Blend batting.
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13 comments:

  1. Wonderful quilt and your quilting finishes it perfectly. I would not understand what a person wanted if they asked for "flat" quilting. Good thing I don't quilt for others. ;-)

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  2. it is a stunning quilt. But your quilting makes it!!

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  3. Once again, quilting perfect for the quilt! I love that pattern I have looked at it with longing

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  4. I just purchased this pattern and can't wait to make it. I love the quilting you did on it!

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  5. Thank you for sharing your quilting talents and inspirations. I think the more we share the better it is too. I learn a lot from other quilters and their projects and appreciate everything. And definitely give credit where credit is due. :)

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  6. It looks great and the wood grain design is perfect.

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  7. So cute! The wood grain quilting design looks great on it.

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  8. Cute and Foxy....still loving your frozen globes....they wouldn't have lasted two minutes over here, we are back to rain and mud again....

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  9. Your 'woodgrain' quilting is some of the best I have seen. I apologize for asking if it was a pantograph, on your more recent post. I just followed the link that you had given in that post, and I found this one telling how you did it. Wonderful !

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  10. Your 'woodgrain' quilting is some of the best I have seen. I apologize for asking if it was a pantograph, on your more recent post. I just followed the link that you had given in that post, and I found this one telling how you did it. Wonderful !

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  11. Hi Kathy... I am wondering what size the fox quilt block is? I am also interested in snow dyeing and what effect it has on the fabric. Janet

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