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Thread: mini work

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    Super Member Chele's Avatar
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    What precision! It looks very cool! Make more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBanaquilts
    Looks great. Doll quilts are a good idea. Have you joined the August swap?
    I love them on point CB, and you still didn't answer Norbana, when you are sitting on a ready made Doll Quilt! Go, on, join up, I would love to have the chance of getting one of those.

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    What a neat idea. GREAT JOB!

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    Awsome! Wow to see that penny on there!

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    Very cool...like it a lot. I see you're in the middle of a farmer's field in Canada?

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    Your mini is wonderful...my hat is off to all of you who do mini's. My big fingers just don't want to do those tiny little blocks so I appreciate the work of those of you who can and do make minis. Thanks for sharing.

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    Cutbuns, as usual, you've done a beautiful job. Your work is so exact. I love it.

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    I love it Cutebuns! It is so me - colorful and bold. :) Isn't working with mini's fun? I've been doing a couple lately too. They go fast and you get results so quickly.

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    I wanna be your partner!!!

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    Great Job ! As a person (me) who has only done "bigger" squares, do you think it is much more difficult to use the smaller squares ? Time wise is it about the same ? (Putting it in perspective of smaller sqaures, smaller quilt, larger squares larger quilt) Does that make sense ? I know that to use the smaller squares to make a larger quilt would obviously take a lot longer. Sorry if I am confusing you.
    Sharon

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