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Thread: First quilt with all solids

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    Senior Member JenelTX's Avatar
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    Thank you so much, everyone! If anyone's interested in making this, it's really easy. I didn't have a pattern. There are four sizes of rectangles and one square.

    6.5x2.5 inch
    6.5x4.5 inch
    4.5x2.5 inch
    2.5x2.5 inch

    You need the same number of each size, and all in a mix of colors. Then just mix and match.
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    very nice perfect for a man good job!!!!
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    Great quilt and quilting and I do see your squirrel!

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    You've done a great job. Didn't find the squirrel though. My eyesight isn't as good as it once was.
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    That's kool. Haven't thought about doing a solid quilt but I really like the way you have done this. Your quilting is super. Sometimes I have a problem doing a crooked line. BrendaK
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    It looks wonderful. Including the squirrels was such a sweet idea. The solids look great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by #1piecemaker View Post
    You've done a great job. Didn't find the squirrel though. My eyesight isn't as good as it once was.
    The squirrel is in the third picture (the close-up), in the large, dark rectangle. Just one squirrel in the whole quilt. I'm not going to tell him about it; I'm just going to see if he notices it.
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    Very pretty quilt and quilting. I like the solids.
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    That is a beautiful quilt. I love all the different colors. Solids are becoming very popular now. I have all boys and they prefer solids. You are certainly more than a beginner.

    Judy

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    what a great quilt.I have been thinking about all solids and your is inspiration
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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