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Thread: One of My Warrior Quilts All Done

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    Community Manager PatriceJ's Avatar
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    This is one I quilted and bound myself. Those are Prairie Points around the border.

    I'm a bit embarrassed to brag so much but the photo does not do it full justice.

    I definitely don't hate it. :lol:

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    You should brag, it's beautiful!

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    the Arrows point the way! I like the smaller prairie point you've done - adds a lot to the look of the quilt. It's just beautiful - lots of celebration going on! I really like it.

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    Very nice!

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    Beautiful quilt.

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    Beautiful quilt. Love the Prairie Points. Never done them--on the bucket list though. They look difficult, are they?

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    Brag all you want you deserve to, your quilt is beautiful, love the Prarie Points ..and your small nine patch..WOW

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    Beautiful quilt. Love the pattern.

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    Wowie - that is one stunning quilt. Did you do any of it on the new girl?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainy Day
    Did you do any of it on the new girl?
    thanks all for the compliments! :-)

    i used my Janome MC6600 for the whole thing. i've had it since November and love it to pieces. :-)

    the prairie points are bulky but not as difficult as i thought they'd be. i made them the traditional way - from folded squares. the next time i make them i plan to make them from rectangles folded in half lengthwise, stitched down one side, then turned right-side out to make the pyramid. i thing working with less bulk will make it that much easier.

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