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    Wildlife Rail Fence Quilt

    This quilt is a similar pattern to the one Barb shared today. The middle piece is wider than the 2 outside ones. I made this quilt for our gr. son when he grad. from HS in 2018. Wildlife Rail Fence Quilt - March, 2018 004.JPGWildlife Rail Fence Quilt - March, 2018 013.JPG The fabric was from scraps/fabric left over from previous quilts. It was quilted on my table LA using Glide thread. I used Angela Walters' leaf FMQ design. The rail fence blocks are alternated by a full size block of the focus fabric. Sorry, I don't know how to move the pics so they line up in a row & would take up less space. Thanks for looking. Wildlife Rail Fence Quilt - March, 2018 001.JPG

    #2
    that is a great quilt. love that fabric!!

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      #3
      That is great, I love moose and I love your quilting. I plan to imitate your design sometime soon.

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        #4
        I really like it. Wildlife quilts almost always appeal to me and Jeff loves them.
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        Scottie Mom Barb

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          #5
          Love the fabrics, but your quilting is outstanding!

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            #6
            That is really nice! Isn’t there a pattern called Warm Wishes that is made similar to yours?

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              #7
              Yet again I'm impressed with the talent here. Beautiful quilt!

              Rob
              There's nothing more directly linked to who we are than the fabric that we make.
              --Ken Burns

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                #8
                Yes, I made a Warm Wishes for a new mom at my church who wanted pink, grey & white fabrics. It's also a Rail Fence, but certain blocks are positioned a certain way. I can't track down my pic at the moment.

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                  #9
                  What a great looking quilt for your grandson. I bet he was thrilled to receive it for graduation. Your quilting is fantastic!

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                    #10
                    FMQ always is a work in progress, with improvements being made over time. I started out FMQ on my DSM back in 2012. I've taken at least 4 in-person classes, read books, watched a lot of videos on YT, & practiced a lot. I have at least 3 of Angela Walters' books, have taken her on-line FMQ quilting series, & watched at least 2 of her Craftsy classes. Also took 2 of Amy Johnson's classes on quilting with rulers. I haven't mastered the curved rulers yet, but I use the straight ones quite a bit.

                    Maybe you remember Jenny's Rail Fence Star pattern.
                    I used part of a JR of "Electric Feather" fabric. The gold fabric was from my stash. This is one of the first quilts on which I used the straight rulers. It placed 2nd in the Novice Category at our guild's annual show. It was my first time to ever submit a quilt in any kind of a show. That JR was the first one I ever ordered from M*. When I first got it, I wondered what I would do with it. The other half was used in the Baby Block Star Quilt. I altered that design somewhat because I wanted it rectangular in stead of square. The Electric Feather was used for the center of the quilt as well as the inner border. Rail Fence Star Quilt - June, 2017 001.JPG Baby Blocks Star Quilt - June, 2017 008.JPG

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                      #11
                      Love the quilt, totally up my alley!

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