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Thread: I would like to share the quilt top I just completed.

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    Senior Member liwilliams's Avatar
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    I'm new here - and sort of new to quilting too. I'm going to try to post this picture (bmp format) so I hope it will post.

    This is Spinning Stripes by Animas Patterns made with Maywood Studios Fuchsia fabric. I just love the fabric.

    I found this kit at Teacup Quilts in Las Vegas when we took a trip there. The owner is just super!!! Nice shop with lots of fabric.

    The quilt was a challenge to me - to cut just right. And I got a bit off and it's not perfect. Maybe someone has a suggestion to correct the "too full" background triangles. I was thinking of ripping the seams out and reattaching the borders - so it will lay flat for quilting.

    Linda

    Spinning Stripes by Animas Patterns with Maywood Studios Fuchsia
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    I'm gonna help you out here....I will repost so it shows up so everyone can enjoy!
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    It is SO pretty!

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    OO WOW That is just gorgous!!!! You did a FANTASTIC JOB!!!

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    Thanks for reposting it for me. I'll have to learn how to do that! :)

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    Very nice job! I love how the fabric seems to give the blocks a spinning effect. At least that's how I see it.

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    You did a great job! It's really pretty.

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    I love the colors and motion in your quilt. You might find the looseness in the setting corners disappears in the quilting, depending on how close the quilting is. I hate taking things apart :) I hope it works out for you, it's such a pretty thing.

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    That is very pretty!! my favorite colors to boot! You did an excellent job!!

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    That is one pretty quilt!

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