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Thread: Row by Row - starter - another view

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    Here is another view of my row by row starter
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    Very cute !!! I can't wait to see it finished.

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    This was before I finally decided on what kind of window border to put on. I had white Jelly Roll strips, so used them. The other rows are nothing like this. Flying Geese, Stripes, Nine Patch, Spring Colors and Applique. Should make for an interesting quilt.
    I am done with the one I have now - will switch it out for another to work on this Friday providing no Snow. I hope to have mine done by our Spring Lunch in May once I get it back. I will at least have the top done.
    I am looking at getting one of the Flynn Frames that you can use on any machine. I have a Shark Euro Pro, and a Brother both computer machines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingleberry
    Very cute !!! I can't wait to see it finished.
    Thank you.

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    Wonderful!

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    Very cute is right and if you are alternating with rows of other patterns (think that is what I read) it will go from very cute to very cool too!

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    The person who is running the row by row decided what kind of rows they are. She did an Orchid, I have it now - did a log cabin for stripes around the flying geese that another person had done. I get a Mariners Compass next to do a 9 patch on. Going to do the 4 corners with plain strips in between. Can have one or many 9 patches.

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    Your snowmen are cute. Looking forward to seeing the finished project!

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    Thank you, I am looking forward to seeing what others did with the 10 - 15 yards of fabric I put in the tote. There was an option to put your own fabric in or not. I decided since I had a ton of Christmas to put some in.

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    I love those snowmen...they are adorable :D:D:D

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