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  • Re: New Quilter

    Update on the borders: I ended up with a two inch inner border and a four inch outer border. It looks wonderful! I am very please with my WVU Bargello heart quilt! It is really beautiful and will be an Heirloom for our family. This is the best quilt I have done o date. My husband actually had tears in his eyes when he saw it. Thanks to everyone for
    Posted to QCA Community (Forum) by Debbie on Sun, Oct 28 2012
  • Re: New Quilter

    Spud! I am soo glad to see your reply! I hadn't been on the site in a while and couldn't find any comments by you so i was a little worried! Thanks for the advice and I am glad to hear from ya!
    Posted to QCA Community (Forum) by Debbie on Sun, Oct 28 2012
  • Re: New Quilter

    Good Morning! Wanted to ask a question, but do not see how except to reply to another post. Lol...anyway...my question: I have completed a King Size Bargello Heart Quilt in WVU Mountaineer colors and theme. It turned out really nice! I took a class at a local shop to learn the process of Bargello. Unfortunately, I did not get to go back for the borders
    Posted to QCA Community (Forum) by Debbie on Mon, Oct 22 2012
  • Re: A surprising border!

    Sorry it has taken soo long to post the pics...but here they finally are! My husband has been very sick, so I just didn't get the cheance... So Here are the awkward, leftover ends of strip sets...(trimmed up a little) Here they are put together as a border on quilt top And here is the quilt...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Debbie on Fri, Sep 7 2012
  • A surprising border!

    So I recently did some "tube quilting". For those of you not familiar...you have two strips (2 1/2 inch each) of different colors sewn together and one 4 1/2 inch of a solid. You sew the 2 1/2 strips together (wof) and attach the solid to them (right sides together) and you have a tube. Use a square ruler to cut the strips, lining up the 45
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Debbie on Fri, Aug 24 2012
  • Re: Bargello Pattern help/advice

    Thanks Marija! I will def take a look at the book. So, guess what. After I posted this, I looked online for other quilt shops in the area and found one about half an hour away. I gave them a call and the nice lady said that was absurd! She said they give quilting classes (on their own machines and longarms) all the time! Or you can bring your own machine
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Debbie on Wed, May 2 2012
  • Re: Bargello Pattern help/advice

    Thank you and yes I agree with you! Guess I'm a little gun shy...lol.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Debbie on Wed, May 2 2012
  • Bargello Pattern help/advice

    Good Morning! I really need help. About 6-7 months ago, I decided I would take a quilting class at my local quilt shop. I actually wanted some help on the actual "quilting" process, not the piecing process. They told me that it "cannot be taught, but is learned". I was quickly discouraged and instead was encouraged to explore the
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Debbie on Wed, May 2 2012
  • Wall Hanging

    This was a fun and easy project to make. Using my new Go Baby made it a breeze!
    Posted to Derock's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Debbie on Fri, Mar 2 2012
  • Re: What Bargello project are you working on?

    I took a "class" (if you wanna call it that) to do a Bargello Heart Quilt...Queen Size! I originally asked for a class to learn to do actual Quilting, and I was told that it is something that "cannot be taught". So, after that I was talked into the Bargello class. I was there for 8 hours the first day. They had already taken one
    Posted to Bargello Group (Forum) by Debbie on Tue, Feb 14 2012
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