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These are the fabric used in the quilt top.
Taken: Jun 10, 2012
Started with the Center
Center is finished
Borders 1 and 2 are applied
Border 3 added
Close up of borders
Borders and corners with the dog tooth applique
Border close up
Another view of the borders to this point
Borders attached to the center
Better look of the basting. Where you see the white thread that is the water soluble thread and will dissolve once I submerge the quilt. The next step will be to remove the batting in areas where I do NOT want double thickness of batting.
Borders are cut, laid out
In this phase I am quilting around the applique and the small borders with water soluble thread. This is a photo of the high loft batting that will make the applique pop. There is no backing used in this phase the quilt is layered just the batting
It is a slow process. Have to be careful not cut the quilt.
Cutting out the unwanted batting
Small piece by small piece
6/9/2012 the madness begins, I have to now remove all the high loft batting where I do not want TWO layers of batting. I am removing it from all of the large background areas and the large borders. All the applique, saw teeth, and the center moon
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