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I didn't make this quilt, but I quilted it, but I don't think it qualifies me as a cover girl. yet. But it's as close as I'm likely to get this month. My friend Michelle over at DesignCampPDX  designed this row along for Gen Q.  And she asked me to quilt it. Find directions and links on her site.
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I free hand quilt on a frame and do not use digital tools. I mark very little and rarely use rulers.
 I usually make a very simple written plan and then just "go for it".   In this case,  each color was assigned a "theme" or "stitch concept" and then I just kinda winged it.

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I love Feathers. Love them! They aren't right for every quilt, I wish they were, but I felt with the Carnival theme I was "working" they were just right.
 
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4 comments:

AnnMarie said...

Depending on where it is in the magazine, you may be a "centerfold". As always, love your quilting!

Laura said...

Looks great and congrats on your quilting being on the cover. I think it certainly counts!

Dawn White said...

Yes, it does count, Cover Girl!! I saw your quilting up close at the Westside Modern Club meeting at the Pine Needle last night. Michelle was the featured speaker. She was fabulous, and so is your quilting!

Bit by a Quilting Bug said...

Yes, it does count as a cover girl. This is amazing quilting. I stumbled onto your blog via someone's link and I am enjoying your blog.