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Thread: Bonnie Hunter "Easy Street" thread?

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    Artistic!ady...as I've built this quilt I have been saying to myself....what a fun looking quilt...and then with the colors you've chosen...really fun how everything works together. Great job!

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    Scraplady - that border fabric is wonderful, it picks up all the colors in your quilt! Great job!
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    Ladies, I LOVE how all of the quilts are turning out! Beautiful, BEAUTIFL! Good job and keep going y' all

    I pieced the rows for a few blocks this morning before work, gotta work tomorrow and doubt I'll get any sewing done but Sunday easy street and I have a rendevouz
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    I've gotten a few blocks up on the working wall.
    I've been dinking with the recipe.
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    OOOOh!! Love everyone's quilts, they're terrific!! I didn't see the corrections in #4 or #6 -- Hope it's not going to take too much fabric to make the changes.

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    What were the corrections in #4 and #6? I didn't see them either.

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    @char7439: I am only aware of the part 6 correction, "***Note*** thanks to some helpful elves, it was pointed out that we need 19 5-1/2" squares cut with an X, and Part 6 only listed 16."
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    Clue number 6, cut 19 (bonnie's green) 5.5" squares (I thought these are the centers of the secondary blocks. I chose to piece mine instead. I'll be in trouble if we were supposed to cut them up
    Clue number 4, instead of 145 (bonnie's green) squares it should be 165.

    I've began assembling this morning on my Horizon 8900, what a dream machine.
    I pieced all the components on a 1947 White Rotary. Also a very nice machine. It just won't milk the cows and do the laundry like the 8900...

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    The green squares in clue six are to be cut into 4 triangles that are used for the ends of the rows or setting triangles. You will need them to do clue 7.

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    Thanks for the info. I guess I won't be using extra fabric after all.

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