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Thread: Possibly the wildest string quilt ever!

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    Super Member Helen S's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by RUSewing View Post
    I think it's grrrrrrrreat! Also, what is the wax paper method?
    I believe it is the same as using freezer paper or another lightweight paper to help stabilize the fabric while piecing. If I'm wrong I'm sure someone will correct this!

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    Help it is SCREAMING at me!!!!!! Not really - just kiddin'

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    Wonderful work!!!!

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    Very colorful! Will be great to curl up with!
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    Looks great

    I finally found it and it is neat I never thought of using flannel. I will send you a pm tomorrow.
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    I've not heard of a wax paper method but if it's like foundation piecing or paper piecing, i sort of get it. great quilt!

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    love the brightness!!! knotting it just means its all that much more cozy to wrap up in! will have to look into the wax paper method, i have never heard of it before!
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    wild smild.... I think it is wonderful.. bright- yes... but, bright = cheerful

    I love it

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    Dynamic colors should go with just about any color palate!

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    Just lovely, great job and thank you for sharing. Have a Blessed day Ellen

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