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Last week I hand appliqued some triangles on to my autumn colored jelly roll quilt, which was shown in my prior blog post.  Consequently, it was a relaxing time, but not a terribly exciting time, except for the British murder … Continue reading

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Another quilt photo

Here is my photoshopped picture from the raw photograph that was the base for the photograph in my prior post. Is there a difference?  Once a decent photograph has been shot, is the extra editing worth it for use on … Continue reading

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Bob’s Quilt

This is Bob’s quilt, one of my early quilts.  This photograph is actually underexposed per my meter, but I prefer it.  The colors are deeper, slightly darker, as they appear in person than the other photographs.  This was taken with … Continue reading

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Quilt applique, and lousy photographs…

Have you ever been so involved in the stitching that you’ve lost track of the equipment?  On my forth ‘snowflake’ style appliqué I apparently was so mesmerized from guiding the appliqué under the needle that I had no idea I … Continue reading

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