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Thread: Bonnie Hunter "Easy Street" thread?

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    Super Member brookemarie19's Avatar
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    Every one's color options look great! I have sewn my strips and cut 130 of my twosies, but haven't made any of them into 4 patches yet. Everyone here is so fast lol. I will have it done before the next step though!!!
    Brooke

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    Brookemarie - do you have a Shape Cut ruler? I cut my twosies by lining up the two strips, right sides facing, in rows and just cut again at each 2" line.
    "You have enough quilts made when your soul is filled, your creativity satisfied and your fingers just won't work anymore."

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    I do have the shape cut and used it for the strips, but didn't even think to use it for the twosies... Duh! Guess that would speed things up a little huh lol
    Brooke

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    Step one done. I definitely think we will be using more of the grey and the b/w prints. I'm only doing 1/2 the blocks, but I used only 2/3 yard of my grey and I ended up with about 120 of the 4-patch units. The exciting thing is, the wonky-dot print (shown in the center of my photo) is now GONE, yes I said GONE, finished, no more! There are several fabrics I'm using in this quilt that I hope will disappear from my stash into this project before it's over. Can't wait for step 2.
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    Hooray Scraplady! That's right, make 'em disappear.
    Fraew

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    Hi, Are we opening the center intersection when we press these foursies into the little butterfly??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honchey View Post
    Hi, Are we opening the center intersection when we press these foursies into the little butterfly??
    That's the way I understand it. Here is the link for you to check is out for yourself. http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2012/...ry-part-1.html

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    I decided to install google chrome on the cp..then downloaded the new adobe flash plug and my cp crashes everytime I go to a link... I have to get this addressed with the manufacturer... Thanks, Ggal...

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    Finally bought the last piece of fabric. Have 1/2 of the Four patches pinned, but not sewn. Plan on making the full project. I'm going slow and enjoying the. Process. I love everyone's choices of fabric. When I have the time to figure out how to send photos I will. Next year project maybe. Chat next week.

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    Oh Honchey - so sorry for your computer problems. It is so frustrating not to have things work right! Been there, done that!!!
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