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Thread: QR Code Quilt for oldest son

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    Power Poster Diane007's Avatar
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    nice code quilt... is there a hidden message.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarn or Fabric View Post
    I should have posted what it says... his name, his favorite book when he was little and " I will always love you. Mom"

    I think the next one I make after finishing the ones for my kids will be one that's washing instructions lol. I'm about 1/3 the way done with my second one already... having said that, I did have some strip sets left over to get a head start on it.

    If there is interest, I'll do a tutorial on how I did mine. I streamlined a lot by doing it with strip sets.

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    Great job!!!!!

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    Very cool........

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    I've never heard of QR code...sounds fascintating. Pretty cool that you have a hidden message in plain sight. Can't wait to check out your link...
    Great job

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    great work
    Pegg


    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    I can't read the code, but it is neat that it is a real code
    Quote Originally Posted by Ellietow View Post
    This is so cool... I read the QR code, and it is a real QR code - a message from mom to her son - very cool and creative! (I hope you don't feel like I've invaded your privacy - I just wondered if it was a "real" QR code and so I tried reading it).
    It looks like a LOT of work though!
    DEB CAVAN

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    If there is interest, I'll do a tutorial on how I did mine. I streamlined a lot by doing it with strip sets.

    I would love to see a tutorial. I love learning new things. Great job on your quilt!

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    Very nice, please post when you get the fronts done I would love to see them!

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    Where did u find out how to write the QR CODE. I would love to make one for the back o a quilt I make for my husband. I made a quilt out of his dress shirts and I would love to back it with a code. He is into technology so he would love it. Btw, I obviously love your quilt and idea.

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