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Thread: Should I do this or not?

  1. #61
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    I love the colors and overall quilt. Beautiful. :)

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    The pattern is beautiful and makes deciding which my next quilt will be even more impossible than it was. Oh dear! Thank you so much for sharing.

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    This is a beautiful quilt. I like your idea of 2 quilts in one. That's why I like to put something on the back of the quilt, either a row of blocks or something so it's not just plain backing.

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    sounds good to me :mrgreen:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janet My
    I just finished piecing a quilt top for a friend. Very easy pattern made from a jelly roll. I have left over fabric in 10" squares that I used to make another quilt and it's the same fabric line.

    What do you think about sewing 9 10" blocks together do a D9P and stick that pattern in the middle of the back of the quilt. (Kinda like having 2 quilts in one)

    Here's a pic. of the top.
    go for it.

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    Love that idea. Like you said it's like getting 2 quilts in 1.

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