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Thread: 2 Quilts with large patterns

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    I love your ideas on these. thank you

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    Very pretty....I love rose quilts. They are just my thing, I guess. The koi quilt is also very nice.

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    Great idea... those overlays. I've found myself in that situation, now I know what to do!

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    Both look great.
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    Two stunning quilts! Love your workmanship and fabrics!

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    Your quilts are very pretty. Good idea for those large prints. I have some of those and don't want t cut them up into small pieces.
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    Awesome looking quilts.

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    Beautiful quilts!

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    Two great ideas for fabric that you cannot cut.......must remember those. Well done

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    Can you clarify this part: I made the bias and just sewed it onto the rectangle. So is the trellis appliqued? sorry I am a little fuzzy


    Quote Originally Posted by pollyjvan9 View Post
    Cleodaisy, The Koi quilt was cut into strips and sewn together, pieced at top and bottom to make them the right length. The Rose Trellis quilt was a rectangle approx 27" x 34". I made the bias and just sewed it onto the rectangle. Very easy, you could make this any size you wanted.

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