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Thread: Cotton Theory Projects

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    Hello
    Here is a sample of my projects from Camp Cotton. It is a lot of fun making these completely reversible projects. Everyone is completely reversible even the bag! Taking your time to quilt the blocks and rectangles is sooooo relaxing. I have just finished another couple of projects but need to take pictures.

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    WOW!! Those are awesome!! Please show us more! :thumbup:

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    Thank you. Yes, I will show you more and give you all inspiration!!Enjoy.

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    Very nice projects.
    But, now I'm all squinty-eyed from trying to see them, since there's so much great detail.

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    Dumb question time....What is Cotton Theory?

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    Very nice work. I second-what is Cotton Theory? Never heard of it.

    BZang-If you are unaware of this little trick, you can hold down the CTRL button and use your mouse scroll button to make your screen zoom in or out. I don't think this is just for Windows 2007, but I may be wrong. Cut's down on the squinting.

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    Betty Cotton Theory is fun to do.
    She Betty did seminar in our area, and I have bought 2 of her books. My SIL also wahted the books, and we want to do the bath rug. It is a way to quilt as you go and when all is sewn together all you have to do is the binding and you are done... so you are only quilting one small piece at a time...
    ConnieF

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    How is this different from Lapquilting by Georgia Bonesteel?

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    Very nice projects!! Doesn't this technique use a lot more fabric than the typical QAYG? (Especially if you're doing a full size quilt!)

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    If it uses more fabric, I need to make lots of them and use up my fabrics so I could buy some more WHOOO HOOO. I do have a book and video or CD and I do plan to make some quilts using her method.

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