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Thread: mystery quilt

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    Super Member chewboo's Avatar
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    i taught this class at our lqs pics of mine and my students

    not quite finished
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    also not quite finishes
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    this one was miss cut so she sewed it anyway and it turned out cute
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    Good job! It's amazing how "simple" Half square triangles can be used in such different patterns - all in the layout!

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    Super Member chewboo's Avatar
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    a few more pics :

    this white has a beautiful metalic pattern on it
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    this is finished
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    this is the mystery quilt that i MADE
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    I love the way they all look different!!

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    Neat quilts---you must have a great time teaching this class.

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    Those are wonderful!! :D It goes to
    show a person, how changing fabric's
    can really change the whole look!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    I love seeing the variety of final patterns you can make from one set of blocks. I would have a hard time choosing how to put them together, so might never finish the quilt!!!

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    we tried each style on the quilts and they told you which to use wish i would have taken a pictire of each setting

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    Amazing how diverse they can be.....thanks for sharing the pics.

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