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Thread: Bonnie Hunter "Easy Street" thread?

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    @SheriR: Laugh it up there buddy!

    @JeanieG: Finished? And we have to wait for a pic while you have a great time camping? Someone call the quilt police please! Have fun and be safe.
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    My flimsy is complete with borders.
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    on to the next thing

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    Great colors in your quilt Kalama. It is such a great feeling when you finish these quilts!
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    Easy Street finally put together!

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    Hello all, I have enjoyed looking at everyone's Easy Street finishes. I finally finished mine. While I would love to put a border on it, I think I will just quilt and bind. I want to put it on a full size bed and it is the right size for that without borders but the main reason is that my long arm frame will not hold a size any larger than this.

    I definitely learned a few things from this quilt. I had never sewn pieces this small and I thought I would never figure out how to use that companion angle ruler but lo and behold, I finally got the hang of it.

    Also, thanks everyone for your comments on this thread. I never posted anything but I read everything and that helped me with problems that came up because what I had a question about, someone else usually had the same problem and then another one of you had the answer. Thanks again!

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    Beautiful q.alba! And I love it without a border too. Welcome to the board

    I finished binding my easy street yetserday and will be posting a picture later today or tomorrow, thrilled with it, I think it is my favorite quilt for now lol.
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    That's beautiful q.alba. Looks great without a border. Give yourself a big pat on the back, you should be very proud.

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    q.alba - your quilt turned out great. I finished mine too, but just have not got a photo of it yet. Will try to do that today!
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    As promised! My quilted and bound take on Easy Street. I call it Spring Melody and I love it! Thank you Bonnie for sharing this awesome quilt with us.

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    Candi, that's fantastic.

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    Great job Candi! I love the top and bottom border you added - great touch! The quilting looks fantastic too!
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