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Thread: Men's Ties Dresden Quilt

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    Member SuzyQ2's Avatar
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    Love it!..sure beats cutting them apart

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    do you have the pattern for this necktie quilt I've been looking everywhere for one

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    I know we are all still waiting for answers on HOW to do this, and HINTS, etc........it is SO SO PRETTY....you did an amazing job on it...WOWOWOWOWOW

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    Mens tie quilt

    quilt is just way too cool, LOVE IT!!
    Quote Originally Posted by nmcdaniel1119 View Post
    Here is a picture of a quilt made from Men's Ties. So Cool!

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    Wow....that is awesome!!! I have bags and bags of ties.....another idea!!!

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    Love your quilt. Planning on doing one of my own shortly. Did you have a pattern or did you just put it together with your talent? Beautiful work!! May I copy your corners for mine?

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    Oh that is beautiful. I have some ties going to have to get to work.

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    Absolutely stunning. Awesome.
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    12 pages of replys and only one "tip" about how to use the ties?
    Lightweight fusible interfacing. Use any dresden plate pattern or directions. If you need brighter prints, check out the "silky" prints at Joanns. Once you have washed the ties the first time, they are now washable.

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    That's beautiful. I'm glad you showed that I've been cleaning and was thinking about the ties I've been saving to do a quilt throwing them out now I'm really glad I didn't. That came out so good. Sue

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