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Thread: Mile-A-Minute Strip quilts

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    Mile-A-Minute Strip quilts

    I have always wanted to do some of the mile-a-minute strip quilts and have even separated out several sets of strips just for this. I stopped after doing the third one because the quilts were not wide enough (only about 36" each). So these have been on hold for a little while, but with borders, these are about twin-sized. I think they turned out pretty good considering--What do you think?

    Here is one of the centers, then each with their borders.
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    Looks Great ! I really like the third one!
    Have a Blessed & Prosperous Day !
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    Very Good! The proportions always throw me off too. I like your borders. I usually endup adding strips to the pile before starting and adding strips to the ends to make them longer. Borders work better.

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    They all look great! Any reason they had to be 36"? Could you make them wider?

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    They look good.

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    nicely done, my fav is the r/w/b
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    I think you did great! Very nice work and love your color choices.

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    Those are fantastic. You did a great job on enlarging them with borders.

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    ​Well done!

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    Wild, but wonderful........ And you could use 36" strips....makes more variety......some designs suggest cutting some 42" in half and some into thirds.....

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