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Kelly Cline Quilting

Red, White and Blue……

I finished this beautiful July 4th themed quilt last week. Made by Suzanne, it was a UFO she couldn’t even remember where it came from. I agree, it always feels great to finish a project you put away many years ago!

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I kept with the patriotic theme and used lots of stars and shapes that were in the quilt fabrics. Lots of ruler work, which I love!

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My lesson for today, don’t think too hard about the quilting! Let the fabrics be your guide.

 

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    Lesley Swenson Morris
    February 12, 2016

    Thanks for sharing the quilting motifs you worked up on this quilt, very helpful. AND- your tip on ‘… let the quilt speak to you on how to quilt it…” I think we all ‘over-think’ the quilting end of it. 🙂 L

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      headredkc@gmail.com
      February 12, 2016

      Great to hear, Lesley! I tend to over think a quilt, so this was a really fun and easy to “read” quilt!

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    Freda Butler
    February 13, 2016

    This is the best patriotic one I have ever seen and the quilting just shows it to every advantage. You are way too good.

    Hugas
    FredaB

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    Theresa Hayes
    March 19, 2016

    Would love to know if you ever teach a class in Bellingham WA!

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      headredkc@gmail.com
      March 19, 2016

      Hi Theresa, my son-in-law is from Bellingham and I have visited and love the town! Maybe a guild or shop will invite me one day!!!

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