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Thread: Just finishes the last of nine

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    Senior Member dunngriffith's Avatar
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    Just finishes the last of nine

    This is the top for the last of my children's quilts (9th). Now I just need to sandwich it and get it quilted on my Jamome.
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    Beautiful! I love that pattern! What is it called?

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    This quilt is beautiful! I love the colors and the pattern.

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    I love your fabric choices.
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    That is one beautiful quilt! I'm sure your child will love & treasure it for years to come! Kudos!
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    Gorgeous quilt, love the colors.

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    The pattern is called "Thinking outside the box" It is basically made with log cabin blocks. The way it is put together and the number of stripes is what makes it unique. It can be purchased here for $11.95 or you can figure it out and make it without a pattern. http://www.ericas.com/quilting/patterns/misc.htm
    I used seven strips, 2 inches wide each. They make 10" blocks. 10 on each side makes a 100"x100" quilt.

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    Thanks so much for the information on your quilt. It looks so difficult! Your quilt is absolutely gorgeous!!!

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    9 children? And you have time to quilt? Gorgeous quilt by the way.

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    What an elegant quilt. Your son will always think of you when he bundles up with it. I love the design and thank you for your measurements. I am putting it on my wish list for some day. What were your fabric amounts for each layer? Thanks for sharing.
    Murphy1
    For our wonderful Golden Retriever adopted in March of 2010.

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