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Thread: My King size Tenn Waltz is cramping my fingers .......tee hee hee

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    Senior Member Crazy Quiltin Robin's Avatar
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    My King size Tenn Waltz is cramping my fingers .......tee hee hee

    Over 400 little 3 1/2 in squares and then 50 snow balls ...why do I make king sized quilts ........lol....... cause my niece says Auntie please ........ I'm such a push over ...... I just want to know how to get the cramps out of my fingers from holding the ruler down faster ...........lol...... will post pictures of the finished quilt if I can push the camera button down .......lol ........... CQRobin
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    Looks like a lot of work!!! I feel your pain with your hands!!!!

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    It looks like a giant jig saw! Have fun putting it together.

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    i made a king sized quilt once... that'll be the only time LOL you have a great start on yours
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    I make mostly queen....king gets just too big to handle! I really want to see the finished quilt. Tenn Waltz sounds interesting and your block pieces definitely add to the intrigue! I'm curious!

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    Love it so far, i sympathize with you. Made one myself about ten yrs ago.
    cant wait to see it done

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    Please post pics when it's complete....Enjoy your peicing/quilting.

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    Lots of work ahead..

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    Keep going!! I'm anxious to see how it turns out!
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    I rub eucalyptus oil into my hands before I do a lot of hand sewing and again in the evening


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