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Thread: My weekend top (AKA, not babysitting!)

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    Beautiful!!!!

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    Very pretty---------and I love your fabrics!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gramajo View Post
    Love the pattern and fabrics. What is the name of the pattern or did you design your own?
    It's a disappearing 9 patch
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    Very nice! I hope she likes it!
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    Beautifully done!!!

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    Very pretty, love the paisley.
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    That is a very pretty quilt, I know she will just love it. Nice color coordination!

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    Beautiful. You did a great job. Love the fabric The pattern is just right for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berkie View Post
    It is a disappointing 9 patch usingusing 3 fabrics, the boarders were a boarder fabric
    I don't think it's disappointing at ALL! Beautiful paislies, very coordinated...regardless if it matches her decor or not, she's sure to love it!

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    For your signature blocks on the back be sure and provide Permanent fabric markers. Also you might not want to add the back to the quilt prior to signing because fabric shifts when you try to write on it.

    It is usually recommended to iron the fabric to freezer paper prior to signing to make them more stable. also if you do pre-cut blocks - I suggest putting quarter inch tape around the edges to prevent people from signing in the seam allowance. Or if you want to piece the back first (but NOT attached to the top, you could iron freezer paper to the entire back (paper would be in peices).

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