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Thread: A couple more spicy spirals

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    Super Member spartan quilter's Avatar
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    A couple more spicy spirals

    I have finally learned how to use the spicy spiral ruler, and got a couple more done. I will give them to my daughters this weekend. I backed both with the blue snowman fabric, so they are reversible. I am not good at FMQ, so I just did SID for the quilting. Now on to finishing some other small projects before summer gets into full swing. Thanks for looking.




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    Wow, those are very pretty! Making them reversible is a big plus! You did a great job and your daughters will love them!

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    Nice work.

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    Very nice, love your colors.

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    Beautiful spicy spirals. Would love to learn to do that.
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    Great job!
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    Wonderful work!!!!

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    Hey there in North Dakota, what beauties for your kids. They will cherish them for ever. Love the pattern. Were they hard to do? They look very complicated but well worth it after seeing them here. Great pattern and colors too.
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    Great colors on both. I've had this on my to do list for some time just can't get to it.

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    Wow! My first time hearing of a "SPICY SPIRAL" and ruler for it to boot. HMMMM!

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