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Thread: My Easy Street, not quilted

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    Red face My Easy Street, not quilted

    As usual I get a top done (and in this case the back too) and then I lose interest. I have no excuse, I have a wonderful DIL who helps me quilt. She has called dibs on this one (after I get to use it on my bed first- lol)

    I may have to purpose it as my B-day quilt (not saying which year) just to see it get finished.


    This was the Bonnie Hunter Mystery 2012/2013 Easy Street
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    http://ozarkcastle.blogspot.com/

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    That is sensational! Please send a pic after you get it quilted. It is beautiful. I have 5 tops that need quilting at home and 2 more at the LAQ...I love doing tops but really am not in love with the quilting part!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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    Oh my! Is the first picture the back? I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!! Those little houses are so cute and I love the saying on it Too cute! oh and the front is excellent as well. I understand the "losing steam syndrome!". Although I tend to get mine after I've planned what quilt I am going to make and then buy/gather all the fabric for it....then I lose steam...Uuuggg! LOL! I can't wait to see your quilt all finished. You've done a fabulous job so far!

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    The Houses were an ebay purchase, the top photo is the back, I wanted to throw something together that used up as much scraps as possible. The original by Bonnie was done in 'scrappy put everything in there', I did mine a bit more controlled just to use up material that had been sitting on the shelf.
    http://ozarkcastle.blogspot.com/

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    Very nice!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    I like them.

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    nicely done
    Nancy in western NY

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    WOW! That is a big project and so beutiful! Can't wait to see it quilted!

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    Wow that's a lot of work, hope to see when complete.
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    Wow, it is easy to see the amazing amount of work that went into your quilts. They leave me breathless just looking at all those small pieces. The second one has amazing colors too...all I can say is Wow!

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