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Thread: remember those ugly pants? Here's what they are now...

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    Great job. Just the right color for that quilt. You have a good eye. joyce j

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    That fabric makes a much better quilt than pants. Your floral quilt is bright and cheerful. This is the kind of quilt I like during the winter doldrums.

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    Who would have ever thought it? You have turned a sow's ear into a silk purse! Great job!
    Be the best that you can be at everything you do.

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    I do remember those pants. Great use of them. Love the other quilts as well.
    Linda

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    Fantastic make-over!!!
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    Great job!!!!!

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    You really have a gift for seeing things in a different way. I love what you did with the pants.

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    That's a standing ovation to our quilting ancestors -- you turned a sows ear into a silk purse, and used very little time doing it. Can't you just imagine what a quilter 200 years ago would say if shown how to do the 10 minute block or 5 minute block? Not to mention all the time saving gadgets we all enjoy. Love the floral quilt. I've got a bunch of floral fabrics from the 80's that I had no idea what to do with -- your quilt gave me some great ideas. Thank you!

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    what a great way to make a quilt and save money! Totally unique and I love both
    Patski
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    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtremeSeams View Post
    You certainly turned them into something beautiful.

    A lot of people have said that the 10 minute block takes longer than 10 minutes, does the 5 minute block take 5 minutes? Or more?
    I didn't time it, but I would venture to say it does only take 5 minutes.

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