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Thread: I Know What You're Thinking! lol

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    Super Member DeeBooper's Avatar
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    Wow,that is gorgeous!
    Dee LaCelle.....I believe in miracles!

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    Very pretty and nice quilting design!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    It looks very neat! Quilting it in half is a good idea and I think my next quilt I will try that too. How are you connecting your halves? I thought on mine I would sew the 2 top edges together, use the batting tape to connect the batt in the middle and then hand stitch the center seam in the back. I though about just sewing a seam in the batt but didn't want a bump on the back.
    I guess our plans are similar! lol

    I won't quilt the area where the top will get joined along the entire seam area, and my plan so far is to butt the batting edges and use a large, hand stitched zig zag to join the batting. I definitely wouldn't join the batting with a seam because of the added bulk! I'll hand-stitch the backing together and the quilting through that area will hold it firmly together. I've never heard of batting tape, so guess I should investigate it and maybe save myself a lot of extra work! Thanks for posting.
    Being skinny isn't easy, so I gave up and opted for being sexy instead. (aunty acid)

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    Love seeing your work!
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    Beautiful!!!! Love the idea of quilting the quilt at a time. Thanks for the inspiration

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    Just wonderful, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Great layout for the 10 minute block! and I love your colors and quilting!

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    That yellow looks good enough to eat! I love this quilt! And your quilting is fabulous! Kudos!
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    Looks gorgeous!

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