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Thread: More projects (mostly unquilted tops, of course)

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    Junior Member cnolan's Avatar
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    Just to prove I am not completely "purple obsessed", here are some Christmas tops. 8)

    This is using up some strips leftover from other projects.
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    This is my first (and only) Sudoku....except the bottom row was put in wrong, so until I fix it, the "puzzle" is incorrect. I love the fabrics anyway!
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    More of those fabulous Christmas fabrics.
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    community benefactor Knot Sew's Avatar
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    Maybe you could tie them a great way if you want quick and easy. you do beautiful work :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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    Your sudoku quilt looks good. I made several using only hand dyes and they were a bit hit. A fellow employee wanted one for her daughters birthday so I used the puzzle from my one-a-day calendar of the day of her birthday. The other thing I like to do is us bar code printed fabric as part of my label and I hand write their birthday as the date on the label. My youngest daughter is a math teacher and has a sudoku club after school. I made her one for her class room. Jan in Vermont

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    I love the star one--how the squares go around it. Cool!!

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    guess what!!! i wouldn't know a sudoku puzzle from a plate of spaghetti. millions of others and i would never know there was a "mistake" if you never mentioned it. all we'll ever see is the pretty. :wink:

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    Super Member Minda's Avatar
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    Your quilts are great and I love the colors in the sudoku. I do sudoku puzzles, but I never thought about doing a sudoku quilt. What an interesting idea. Did you use a completed puzzle as a pattern?

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    Super Member Chele's Avatar
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    Wow! Gorgeous! I love your fabrics! And I've never seen a sudoku quilt. That's pretty clever! Keep 'em coming... :D :D

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    They are all so pretty. I love the stars! Thanks for sharing you work.

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    My daughter loves sudhoku- what a great idea for a gift.
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