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Thread: Pics of Sampler - not finished yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippy
    I vote sampler.. with 12" blocks.. the options are unending.
    I agree with a sampler. You can start with more simple blocks and move on to more complicated blocks. I started quilting about a year and a half ago with no real sewing experience at all. I took a class at my LQS and made a king sized quilt with twenty five 15" blocks. I'll list the squares I did and the technique used as best I can:

    Straight seam block: Patience Corner - Alabama

    Triangles : Churn Dash - Old Maid's Puzzle - Ohio Star - Card Tricks -
    Geometric - Pinwheels and Squares - Jack In the Box

    8 Point Centers: Spider Web - Kaleidoscope

    Here are a couple of pics:

    Strips: Log Cabin - Bright Hopes - Over the Rainbow - Bricks

    Applique: Dresden Plate - Grandmother's Fan

    Curves: Sunflower - Love Ring - Fools Puzzle - Rob Peter to Pay Paul

    Just some ideas on how you can start out really easy and expand. You gain LOTS of experience and confidence this way!

    Whole quilt

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    WOW!

    this is amazing and its your 2nd quilt ever!


    you're a ROCKSTAR!

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    Pretty quilt!!! I am impressed this being your 2nd quilt. You have done a fantastic job.

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    Lovely. If this is what you produce just starting out - we will be in for lots of lovely pictures as you progress. :D

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    That's really pretty! Great job!

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    Very cool.

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    Very pretty.

    Sybil

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    Angie

    I am in awe of your quilt its amazing, of course you know I love blue & yellow together. Fantastic job. :wink:

    Tisha

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    Very nice indeed!.....me likes!....:-)

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    Love it.

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