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Thread: Strips that Sizzle

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    Super Member sewbeadit's Avatar
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    It is a very pretty quilt. Glad you finished it even with your troubles. I hate ripping out!
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    I think it was worth all the ripping-very pretty!

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    Impressive! Very beautiful too. I must check out this process. Thanks for sharing
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    I love the design... looks like a lot of work....It turned out fantastic!\
    you may encounter defeats, but you must not be defeated....

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    very nice,good job!!

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    I have to laugh! I bought this book and was motivated. . . back around 2007 and 2008. I made up my strips and cut and made up some blocks. Then I got called to do a week long sub for the high school librarian. I had retired in 2004. One of the girls loved quilting and I brought the patches in for her to lay out. She did a FABULOUS job. We numbered them so I'd know what to sew where and I packed it up for home.
    My next subbing job was a long term during which I met my DH. LSS, It has moved with me twice since then as I, then we, relocated. I finally got it together this winter and it's fabulous. I can't wait to do more. I had no problems to speak of so maybe you need an inspired teenager for encouragement or you should make this quilt and let it be a UFO for a while as it moves along! I used blues and yellows which worked well but your color choices are INSPIRED! What a knockout quilt!
    Last edited by mhollifiel; 03-22-2012 at 04:19 AM.
    Holli
    Your Favorite (Retired) School Librarian

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    Wow! Worth your effort. It's beautiful!
    Love 4 stchen

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    That was a lot of work but well worth it

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    Your quilt turned out really great. Great selection for your fabrics.

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    I love your quilt I took that class several years ago and they and the blocks are finished and in a box guess I had better get them out to my design wall and see what I can do with them

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