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Thread: Pic of quilt top I made

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    Super Member judy_68's Avatar
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    Hello everybody,
    I've never posted a picture of any of my quilts. Just thought I would let you see this top. As you can tell Im still learning.
    Judy in OHio
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    I have one similar that I started a looonnng time ago. Mine didn't have sashing and I see how badly it does need sashing after looking at yours. Very nice. Keep up the good work.

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    Judy - that is great!! STill learning? Looks perfect to me. I've always wanted to make one of those. Good job! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: Would love to see more of your quilts.

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    Judy, That is great! Bright & cheerful!! I'm saving my scraps but don't have too many accumulated yet.

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    How beautiful! That quilt is on my list of things to do. The pattern I have doesn't have sashing though. I think your sashing makes it! Very pretty! Fun fabrics too! Make more!

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    My favorite quilt pattern. Perhaps that is because one does not need a pattern. I usually do not use sashing. My thinking is that the sashing would not be the same weight as the blocks. I always use a base to sew the strips onto. Also, there is the fact that the purpose of a string quilt is to use u p all those long narrow strips left over from other projects. I've alway s considered my string quilts to be utility quilts, not heirlooms, but maybe it depends on the recipient.

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    very pretty love the colors,the blue really makes then stand out

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    I think you did a great job. I really like the way the blue sashing defines your blocks. I like it!

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    i love your quilt. the colors really pop. i especially love the look with the sashing. good job. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    That looks great.

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