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Thread: Does anyone have a Link for Watercolour Quilts

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    Now your talking....I have had a quick search on the net and found this free pattern...seems a more simple way of piecing all the pieces together. I have put it into pdf format for easy downloading :D
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    Yep and with my eyes, probably need fat quarters :shock: (thats my eyes after sewing it) . Well I can only try and when you bring me that big piece you promised :lol: I am going to stick it on the wall and go from there placing squares on it till I get some sort of a design. Thought I would try a heart or something simple, I love that one that has been done in the Round Robin its super.

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    Not to worry, I love anything artistic, its all a learning curve for me.
    Thanks. By the way Loretta, have you ever had a look at Nancy A Pearson Quilting and applique. Its fab book, but tried it and it is really difficult though.

    Been to the beach today and traced out my next kiddies quilt, this one is for our 4 year old (going on 18). Also want to try watercolour quilting, I have 2 UFO´s at the moment, seems to be a hazzard of quilting.

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    Elle- don't worry about having so many projects to do at once... it somehow guarantees you will live a very long life to get them all done. I'm pretty sure I'm going to live to be 758 years old at this rate.

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    Cathy M, already decided I am not going....simple as that.

    I got into this quilting just last September and I am really addicted, can´t believe it and I just can´t get enough. There are so many things you can do so many styles. LOVE IT :D :D

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    I am on my 2nd book of patterns that I have taken out of magazines or copied. What are we like :lol: Suppose it keeps us out of mischief :twisted:

    In actual fact, I believe the more you keep your mind occupied the better your brain functions. Emmm what was I saying, what´s my name :-o
    Weell thats the way its supposed to work :D :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    Now your talking....I have had a quick search on the net and found this free pattern...seems a more simple way of piecing all the pieces together. I have put it into pdf format for easy downloading :D
    This is where the Quilt Fuse stuff comes in handy.
    You just arrange the squares where you want them, press, then turn it over and sew!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    Now your talking....I have had a quick search on the net and found this free pattern...seems a more simple way of piecing all the pieces together. I have put it into pdf format for easy downloading :D
    This is where the Quilt Fuse stuff comes in handy.
    You just arrange the squares where you want them, press, then turn it over and sew!
    Morning Terri, you are up bright an early!!

    The quilt fuse that you use had a grid pattern on it....do you butt the edges of the squares upto the line?...if so how can you use this as a sewing guide as that would surely be the edge so do you stitch 1/4" in from that line?????? :?

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    according to the directions, you turn it over and sew the 1/4 inch.

    I'm always up early. Have to get up with Courtney at 5:30am YUCK!

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    Ok, I scanned the directions.
    You'll have to download it and enlarge it to read
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