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Thread: rocky road to kansas

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    WOW! This was posted before I started on here, so glad it came up again. It's gorgeous

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    Good job!
    Whenever you are doing an Elenor Burns quilt, following the instructions just as she has written them will get you exactly what she says will get you. She has an unique way of instructing, and once you can follow her instructions, everything will flow.
    I did all twenty blocks in her Victory QUilts book and if I had her color sense, I would have had a grand quilt indeed!
    Your Kalaidoscope quilt is very colorful, and I, too, thought that corners were a great touch of suprise.

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    thanks omak, i too admire ELEANOR BURNS methods and i love to watch her t.v. show.
    i actually changed the assembly just a little but you would only notice if you saw it in person and knew her instructions.

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    Oh that is one nice quilt!! I love that book, I am going to have to get it for myself one of these days.

    Your quilting turned out very nice. Did you say you did it yourself?

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    red garnet 222, thanks for looking at my quilt. i did not do the quilting myself. i have a wonderful mother and daughter quilting shop in my little town. i'm just not able to machine quilt the larger quilts myself and i don't have the patience to hand quilt the big ones. they do an overall quilting in several different patterns. i think they charged me $35.00 to quilt this one. i also had them apply the binding. they are wonderful.

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    yes ... it looks good

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