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Thread: 2 1/2" squares

  1. #51
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    Check out the bloggers quilt festival at this site. Over a hundred quilts to look at and back track to its name, maker and usually the pattern.

    http://amyscreativeside.com/2010/10/...val-fall-2010/

    I also say check out Quiltville.

    http://www.quiltville.com/

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    beatiful quilts very nicely done

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    I love the older unmatched quilts, They seem to tell a story. folks back then used what they had, couldn't afford lots of material, quilt was probably made for warmth. YOu have a beautiful quilt. I like how she actually did match (sort of) the every 2 solids and 2 prints match. yes I really like your quilt made so many years ago. :)

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    Jan really like your quilts, like how the hearts are in the corners of the bow tie one and your purple really stands out (nice)like your floral garden as well. nice job all the way around.. lots of hard work involved. :)

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    I love this look I am working on a variation of this "x-rated" quilt with sashing....

    http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=x-ra...erer_searched=

  6. #56
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelbie
    I think sometimes the simple quilts are the most attractive of all. I'd suggest either making a 4 patch or a 9 patch. The quilt pictured just above looks great.
    What pictured above? I see no picture.

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    Your quilt is beautiful. Great Idea. Never thought of this for quick corners. Especially if you're doing a real scrappy quilt.

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