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Thread: my attempt at a jigsaw puzzle quilt

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    Super Member Kyiav10's Avatar
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    Beautiful work!!!

    Kyia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susy
    yes, they are 2 1/2 inch squares and it had to be pre-planned, usually I just wing it with colours (so far the colour choosing is the hardest for me & doesn't seem to be getting any easier, I wander around & then give up & leave). I also don't have a real stash yet, either and can't figure out how to go about that, either! Lots of learning to do with this hobby/addiction but learning better from this forum than any books I've read yet! So, again, thanks and I will be picking everybody's brain for a long while yet!
    Thanks, I'd like to give it a try too. I just buy what fabric I need at the time and buy a little extra. That's how I built my stash.

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    It is perfect. I love it and your grandson will, too.

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    Beautiful! I've never seen one of these, and yours looks great! Your grandson should love it.

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    Thanks SO much for all the compliments, you have all inspired me to keep on trying, they all seem so imperfect to me. Now, if I would just quit spending ALL my time reading this great source of info (am digging back, this is quite the forum)maybe I would get some quilting done!

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    Looks good. Love the border

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    Hey you did good. I really like it. I've been wanting to make it myself :D

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    I think it's wonderful! My mother is a puzzle junkie. Thanks for showing!

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    WOW-ZERS!! How great is THAT? I have 2 little grandsons.... hummmm ! UH OH! another quilt to add to my "TO DO" list. It is beautiful and you did a GREAT job!

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    What a great quilt for a boy!! You did a wonderful job and without a pattern?!?! You're much braver than I am!.
    I showed your quilt to my son and he wants one now, so I ordered the pattern from equilt.com and the puzzle fabric. Thank you for the inspiration!!

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