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    Super Member bibliostone's Avatar
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    Here is my first top. I'm still working on two others. Three nieces are having babies within a few weeks of each other. This way, the quilts can be the same, but different also. Kudos Judy for a fun project!

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishrose View Post
    Judy posted this after she gave the last directions.

    Someone asked about different sizes of blocks. Sulabug used her 4" blocks -- she cut the squares for the flying geese at 2-1/4" square and the rectangle connecting sections at 4" x 11". Those who want to use 5" blocks, the geese squares would be 2-3/4" square and the rectangles 5" x 14"
    Thank you, I must have missed that one.
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    Great idea meanmom. Looks good and some little one will cherish it.

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    This has been a fun quilt to make, using up scraps I didn't know what to do with. I should have my top finished sometime today. I'm going to donate it to the Infusion Center at our local hospital when it is finished. I'll post picture later today.

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    DONE!!! Well, except for the pressing, sandwiching and quilting. I'm not too happy with my choice of the rectangles and stars colours, but I was trying to use up that awful (to me) peachy orange. I really like this design and think it would look smashing in black - whites with red stars. Another project to put on my "to do" list.
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    Mine is also DONE!!!Name:  Scrap buster.jpg
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    Terrific finishes! Love all the pics!
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    Love seeing all these finished ones. I am a late starter, just cutting my blocks out last night. Have a bit more to do tonight and will sew them this weekend. Still have not determined what I will use for my A and B fabric. More digging in the stash for that.

    Thanks Judy once again for a wonderful pattern and great way to do a mystery.
    Lisa

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    belfy those peacy stars help ton down the blocks dont you think? some of us (me) had some bright bold colored blocks randomly sitting in our squares. Your choice of a and b helped soften that up. what a good idea!
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    It's so amazing to see how the same pattern comes out so different for each quilter. I'm starting to quilt mine ... i decided to use a high-loft batting (mostly because I had some in my closet!) THe batting was kind of wrinkled and had lumps, so I spritzed it and put it in the dryer; the wrinkles came out, but the batting got PUFFED! It's much thicker than it was to start with. Making it very interesting to quilt .....
    Cathy

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