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    The first quilt that I've made for myself. All others have been given away. It is a queen size and though I normally machine quilt my quilts, I sent this one to a local LAQ. This was a very challenging pattern. Below is a picture of the corner.
    Posted to bec02's Gallery (MediaGallery) by bec02 on Wed, Aug 20 2014
  • Dresden Flower Garden

    Picture of the full quilt. This is the first quilt that I've attempted to upload and I haven't learned how to add a second picture.
    Posted to bec02's Gallery (MediaGallery) by bec02 on Sun, Aug 17 2014
  • Dresden Flower Garden

    This is a pattern from the book Dresden Flower Garden by Blanche Young & Lynette Young Bingham. The fabric is one of my favorite type of fabrics...cheerful 30's reproduction. It is a twin size and is the largest quilt that I've attempted to quilt on my Janome 6600 sewing machine. I have to give kudos to Blanche and Lynette for creating such
    Posted to bec02's Gallery (MediaGallery) by bec02 on Sun, Aug 17 2014
  • Re: Iris Ultra Cotton Quilting Thread--Any experience with this?

    Aurifil is finer than Iris Ultra even though they say it is the same weight, but it is also weaker (guess it's because it is 2-ply vs. 3-ply). I've used Aurifil for FMQ, but I don't use it for piecing. Just my preference. I agree that Gutterman is very linty. I tried it once and will not use it again. I do like Mettler silk finish cotton
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by bec02 on Wed, Sep 26 2012
  • Re: Iris Ultra Cotton Quilting Thread--Any experience with this?

    I have a janome 6600 and I love the Iris Ultra thread. It is 3 ply but isn't too thick, has a nice smooth texture and has less lint than some threads. It is good thread and if I'm not mistaken it is a janome partner product.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by bec02 on Tue, Sep 25 2012
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