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  1. Schmiel's Avatar
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    Beautiful job...love the idea of Christmas fabric
  2. momof2nurses's Avatar
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    A beautiful quilt with a beautiful story of friendship and sharing! Let us see it after it's been quilted.
  3. sewmuch's Avatar
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    Beautiful quilting on a beautiful quilt.
  4. owlvamp's Avatar
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    Beautiful!
  5. maxo's Avatar
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    Absolutely beautiful and the quilting is wonderful...very well done!
  6. quiltsRfun's Avatar
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    Beautifully done!
  7. hemmed in by Him's Avatar
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    That is just lovely-the quilting is amazing!
  8. Marsh's Avatar
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    How beautiful. You are a fantastic quilter.
  9. Chris Glover's Avatar
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    Beautiful . . Love the colors
  10. erstan947's Avatar
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    What a bright and refreshing quilt. I love everything about it. Perfect!
  11. MEME9's Avatar
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    Beautiful work
  12. carolaug's Avatar
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    Love this! I agree the white strips are perfect. Really makes it all come together and not over whelming.
  13. Judith1005's Avatar
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    I love this. One of my favorite blocks!
  14. erstan947's Avatar
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    Love crumb quilts. I feel like it's "making" fabric. Love your version, wonderful use of very small scraps.
  15. patski's Avatar
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    I've done that pattern and love it. Yours are gorgeous in the different colors
  16. owlvamp's Avatar
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    Beautiful!
  17. seamssew's Avatar
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    Love it. Lots of work I'm sure. I like the way the white strips gives it a break.
  18. seamssew's Avatar
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    Also AnnE is correct. When sewing strips so down. Take down end flip it to the top and sew next strip. Keep doing this throughout. . It will make your strips lay much better.
  19. seamssew's Avatar
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    Also AnnE is correct. When sewing strips so down. Take down end flip it to the top and sew next strip. Keep doing this throughout. . It will make your strips lay much better.
  20. seamssew's Avatar
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    Hear is a easy way to figure that. I don't get five out of it. Draw 5 lines x1.5 = 7.5 --minus the .75 on the three middle seams=6.75 before it sewn to the next blocks bc your edges are unused. There's no way to get a square out of that if u r using 5 and a half long. You would have to use 4 strips and not 5 or use strips longer than 5and a half. When u cut the completed strip then iron one set up and the other down. They should lay into each other perfectly then.
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