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Thread: arrow quilt

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    Super Member feline fanatic's Avatar
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    Wonderful job. A great tesselation quilt.

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    It's a beauty. Every one of my quilts shows a step in my learning process. Look forward to seeing more of your work.

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    Wonderful quilt, you did very good work.

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    This is so pretty. You did a fantastic job!
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    I love your quilt.....make me want to go to my sewing room and get started. Definitely on my "to do list". You did a awesome job!

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    This is really neat! You are very patient!
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    What a great quilt! I love the arrow design. It is a very complex design for a first quilt. I think you did a really good job.
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    i LIKE IT !

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    It is stunning. I am very experienced with sewing but I still have a 1/8 inch thickness of masking tape marking my seam allowance to guide the edge of my patches. It really helps me. I don't have to pay a lot of attention and get good results.

    My cutting issue is that I am shorter and not at a good angle to hold my ruler steady. So I put felt dots on the one side of the ruler I cut on. I put them every inch. No more slipping. I tried many things but the felt dots had the mega holding power that I needed.
    Last edited by debcavan; 08-06-2012 at 02:39 AM. Reason: Another thought added
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    Very beautiful! Nothing better than a black and white quilt. Thank you for sharing and keep up the good work.
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