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  1. bethann123's Avatar
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    I love it!!!! I also have this one on my list to do but have trepidation. You make it look easy. Please keep posting pics.
  2. batikmystique's Avatar
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    I love McKenna Ryan's quilts! It is on my list of projects to do...still trying to decide on one of her quilt designs. Your quilt looks lovely! I might try a simpler one for my first attempt...LOL. Thanks for posting your progress and looking forward to seeing the finished result. :-)
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    I take my patterns to a local printer with a large format printing machine (up to 36 inches across). Staples and Kinko would not make copies due to copyright issues, but my printer will do a single copy for my own personal use. I do show and tell at the print shop when the quilt is done!
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    How do you make the pattern so much bigger? Do you have to piece it together and copy just pieces of it?
  5. Andii's Avatar
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    This horse is extraordinary!

    I am loving watching your progress through a project.
  6. Jingle's Avatar
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    WOW, lots of beautiful fabrics and colors.
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    Our Walmart always has freezer paper. I buy it when I don't need it - therefore I always have it.
  8. applique's Avatar
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    OOps, second picture too big. Will try again.
  9. Denise_the_Quilt_Lady's Avatar
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    What an amazingly cute idea. I HAVE to make one for my three year old granddaughter and her little brother who is 1. How exciting! Thanks for sharing. Your work is beautiful.
  10. julesmish's Avatar
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    This is awesome! I have two young grandchildren and we are always using blankets and chairs to make tents. You did an amazing job with decorating them. Thanks for sharing and inspiring us!
  11. Gloryb's Avatar
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    OMG as my grandkids would say! Nice, nice, nice!
  12. Gloryb's Avatar
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    This is beyond wow!!!
  13. homebody323's Avatar
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    Makes me wish for a toddler to play in it. Sure looks like a fun project. You did an amazing job.
  14. applique's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by yetta
    amazing work, I have a toni whitney tigar but am afaird to start on it...yours id wonderful...
    I started out with McKenna Ryan and quickly learned that if I wanted to use the satin stitch I needed to enlarge the pattern. It made it much easier! I trace, fuse and cut while watching TV, sitting in waiting rooms or anywhere that there is "down" time. Then assemble on parchment paper with the placement guide underneath. You can do a few sections at a time then fuse them together. Have fun and be amazed at what you can do!
  15. yetta's Avatar
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    amazing work, I have a toni whitney tigar but am afaird to start on it...yours id wonderful...
  16. applique's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwquilts
    What a gorgeous wolf! Is this hand or machine appliqued? Did you work from a pattern or design it yourself? Wonderful work!
    It is a Toni Whitney pattern which I enlarged and machine appliqued using the satin stitch.
  17. ladypetite's Avatar
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    WOW! Absolutely stunning! Thank you for sharing.
  18. rwquilts's Avatar
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    What a gorgeous wolf! Is this hand or machine appliqued? Did you work from a pattern or design it yourself? Wonderful work!

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