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Thread: Muslin for backing

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    That's just beautiful CQ! I love purples. I'm so glad the muslin worked out ok for you.

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    Lin....I hate to disappoint you ..LOL it isn't purple! My camera shows the colors so weird! It is actualy pink and burgundy....I tried lightening the photo but it just made it look even more purple!

    But one thing good came out of it....I decided I want to do one in purples when I saw how the picture came out!! LOL

    Thanks!

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    LOL! At least I'm not color blind. Whew!

    It wouldn't matter what the color was CQ. That would be pretty in any color you used. :)

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    What an absolutely fabulous 'extra' gift!

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    This is amazing. I am very new at quilting and would like to know if the entire quilt is cut into 2" blocks and then the rays quilted after. Thanks for your help.

    new but learning

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    Beautiful!!!! You did a great job :!:

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    Redroses...yes the entire thing is 2 inch squares....I used a background that blended with the background on the floral fabric .. The rays are quilted, then I quilted around the squares in the cross and in the corners also.

    Thanks!

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    wow muslin that is one of my favorite materials to use for the back of a quilt i also save coupons to buy more than i need at the time cause i know i will use it all up !!!!!

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    Gorgeous!!!

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    I as well only use muslin for my quilts, as well as other things I do. I get it on sale at JoAnns. I buy 3-4 bolts at a time. I use it alot. It gets softer with age . I love it.

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