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  1. PatriceJ's Avatar
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    I really, really like those!
  2. mcintoshd's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcintoshd
    Unfortunately I do not. I did look online to the many quilt magazines to see if they had it in their archive. no luck
    unfortunately I do not remember. The picture above shows the blocks with an additional 4 blocks - that I have the pieced cut but not assembled. The pattern had blocks from A to I.
  3. mcintoshd's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hendria
    do you remember the name of the magazine or year?
    Unfortunately I do not. I did look online to the many quilt magazines to see if they had it in their archive. no luck
  4. Vessel's Avatar
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    I've used washable Crayola markers and draw my designs to quilt over. It does wash out, I do spray the quilt with spray and wash, plus add some Pinesol to your washing water and all marks will be gone. I've had to wash a few twice before to remove marker marks but it works great for seeing on dark fabrics. I also air dry may quilts inside or outside by draping over tall step ladder. Washable Markers are great even the off brands do fine too! I also draw on tissue paper and pen tone quilt and sew on the paper. However this is not my favorite way of quilting, since picking the paper off is tedious, but does work.
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    I have a BabyLock Ellure Plus, it sews beautiful and can embroidery too! I have quilted on it, but now have Handi Quilter Sweet Sixteen to quilt my quilts with. I sew all my quilt tops,borders,bindings, etc...on the BabyLock. It's a great machine for the price, plus it's so well made! I've had it about five years and still sews like it's brand new! Would love to trade up to the Destiny machine but gotta save $
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