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Thread: Good Morning! working on the Grinch that stole christmas

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    Good Morning! working on the Grinch that stole christmas

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Size:  1.38 MBwhen i sew them together the quilt is really getting a lot smaller. I am going to add two more squares on each row and then a row on top and bottom using all one color on both side that will look like a border. This one is for my husband so he needs it to be a bit bigger,

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    Going to be just Beautiful.....Up early aren't you i do the same thing when i can't sleep can't wait to see more pic.'s

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    Looks good!

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    too cute!!! I want to make a rag quilt.....someday - it goes on the list of "Things to do"....
    my name is becca and i'm a quilt-a-holic :-)

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    Like your quilt, but I now have the refrain from the song "You're a mean one Mr. Grinch" running thru my head

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    It's going to be pretty. Would love to see the finished quilt.

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    looks great so far
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    If you do rag quilts the Go cutter is totally worth it! I have the 8 1/2 inch block rag die and a 6 1/2 square die that I use to cut my left over batting. It's so easy. So glad I do not have to cut the edges by hand. Name:  112_3997.JPG
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    Love your quilt. I'm always amazed at how much the quilt 'shrinks' between the design wall and the finished top. All those little 1/4" seams really add up!
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    I finished my quilt, washed it and now its in the dyer. Hubby is excited that it will be ready for the football game.

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