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Thread: MONTHLY QUILTING BEE BLOCK SWAP - Version II

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindyline
    Mmmmmmm, that's what I had for breakfast this orning, green eggs and ham at the local cafe. yumm.....
    haha to cute! Beats my oatmeal Lindy! LOL

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    Does anyone on her have a Cricut? I have the Cricut Cake I use for goodie decorations & it works great. I just purchased a Cricut Expression for doing scrapbooking and thought I would try it out today on some fabrics.

    Does anyone have one and if so how well does it cut out fabric? What machine settings do you find work best for fabric?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morningcoffeegal
    Does anyone on her have a Cricut? I have the Cricut Cake I use for goodie decorations & it works great. I just purchased a Cricut Expression for doing scrapbooking and thought I would try it out today on some fabrics.

    Does anyone have one and if so how well does it cut out fabric? What machine settings do you find work best for fabric?
    I have one put it on the deepest setting my daughter has mine right now so don't no the number also put it on slow make sure you have a good blade in it I keep a special blade for material I also find it cuts smoother if you put some kind of interfacing on the material iron on typr heat and bond hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by fromzstore
    Quote Originally Posted by Morningcoffeegal
    Does anyone on her have a Cricut? I have the Cricut Cake I use for goodie decorations & it works great. I just purchased a Cricut Expression for doing scrapbooking and thought I would try it out today on some fabrics.

    Does anyone have one and if so how well does it cut out fabric? What machine settings do you find work best for fabric?
    I have one put it on the deepest setting my daughter has mine right now so don't no the number also put it on slow make sure you have a good blade in it I keep a special blade for material I also find it cuts smoother if you put some kind of interfacing on the material iron on typr heat and bond hope this helps
    Thanks, I just bought a second blade so I will mark for fabric only, great tip! I read about the interfacing ? I have does the heat n bond qunk up the blade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotcomdtcm
    Some new blocks going out tomorrow...
    Oh Dotty those blocks are great! I am hoping I know who the elephants are going to!!!! :lol: :thumbup:

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    Last call for horse blocks & sunflower blocks!
    If you planned to make one but have been too busy, don't worry about it! Want to get those assembled & off to Charismah for her wonderful quilting.

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    I had one and used it frequently. Just make sure the fusible web is ironed on good so it doesn't slip. I finally bit the bullet and got an accuquilt studio because it can to te big strips ad blocks and multiple cuts all in one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morningcoffeegal
    Does anyone on her have a Cricut? I have the Cricut Cake I use for goodie decorations & it works great. I just purchased a Cricut Expression for doing scrapbooking and thought I would try it out today on some fabrics.

    Does anyone have one and if so how well does it cut out fabric? What machine settings do you find work best for fabric?

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    Robert - got your lovely brown and gold blocks today!!

    Thank you!!

    I'm going to try to whip this brown and gold quilt together this weekend. Freshmen orientation is one week from today - I would love to sell raffle tickets/auction tickets during that event.

    =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by immemother
    It seems I have joined the lantern craze. I was making lanterns for Dotty and Robert but as I am a beginner I like to try out a new pattern first so I know what I am doing. I made the first one and then wondered what I would do with it, so I made another 2 and made them into a wall hanging. What colour do you think I should bind them in?
    Oh and Dotty and Robert, your blocks are done and on their way!
    My thought is in the black. I always like my binding to be the frame especially if it a wall hanging. If not black, then one of the greens you have going thru all three blocks.

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    Dotty I have a horse block for you and it is going in the mail today or tomorrow if I miss thepost office today!!

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