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Thread: I've been busy, Round 2

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    All very nice, but really love the scrap quilt :thumbup:

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    All are beautiful.

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    All 3 are great, but I also love that scrapper one!

    Since several of us are interested in the pattern, could you do a quick lesson in the tutorial section?

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/s-10-1.htm

    Is there a trick to lining the triangles up on each side of the skinny strip?

    I think it would be a great stash buster. You could also use scraps and just toss them into a box/basket until you have enough for a quilt.

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    I just looked closer at the 3rd one - did you get a ribbon? You deserve one!

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    that 3rd one is gorgeous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlienQuilter
    All 3 are great, but I also love that scrapper one!

    Since several of us are interested in the pattern, could you do a quick lesson in the tutorial section?

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/s-10-1.htm

    Is there a trick to lining the triangles up on each side of the skinny strip?

    I think it would be a great stash buster. You could also use scraps and just toss them into a box/basket until you have enough for a quilt.
    I did my best and posted a tutorial, it's titled X Marks the Spot. If unclear, let me know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlienQuilter
    I just looked closer at the 3rd one - did you get a ribbon? You deserve one!
    The tag you see on it is the description for quilt show attendees. I did get a viewer's choice ribbon, however. YAY!!!

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    Beautiful!

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    I just love the third! The pattern and colors are just fantastic.

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    Lovely quilts.

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