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Thread: man's quilt - cheaper by the dozen

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    Power Poster Diane007's Avatar
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    very nice quilt

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    Great work!!!

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    That is very nice, you did a great job.
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    This looks like it could make a good 'guy' quilt... but is it possible to see a better pic of it to view the entire quilt please?

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    Next time, grab some extra fabric and batting to experiment with tension until u get it right. Then you can spend alot less time with the seam ripper. Great quilt.

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    Beautiful, a great man's quilt.
    Another Phyllis
    This life is the only one you get - enjoy it before you lose it.

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    Very handsome quilt, great fabrics and colors.
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    great job!!!!!
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    For some reason those are the only pics I have. Usually I lay the entire thing out and take a picture, but didn't do that this time. Sorry 'bout that. This pattern has 2 blocks - you cut 12 fat quarters into 6 rectangles each and make two blocks. Then you turn those blocks as needed. So ... once you've seen those two blocks, you've basically seen it all.

    Here's a post I did when I first started working on it. The borders can be seen here:
    $12.99/yd Jo-ann fabric
    Last edited by JanTx; 12-09-2012 at 09:44 PM.
    So many quilts, so little time.

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    It looks like some of the fabrics might be from the following line. (I used these in a quilt.)

    http://www.windhamfabrics.net/cgi-bi...i?Category=513
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