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Thread: Some tie quilts #2 added 7/15

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    Super Member DA Mayer's Avatar
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    I am posting some pictures for my sis Dkbeck, her tie quilts she made
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    Love it - so pretty.

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    OOOh that is so pretty and bright! Dk did an excellent job!

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    very nice......show us some more :D

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    just waiting for my brothers to send the pictures.

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    Hey that's neat. Real ties too. what a cool idea.
    Thanks for sharing

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    Wow I love that red! Never would have thought to do a tie quilt in that pattern, Love it. I have seen them in crazy quilts or fan quilt but never in one that intricate.. Awesome job!!!!

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    Beautiful!! Such vibrant colors!!

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    thanks sis,

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    I took them all apart and washed by hand hung out on the front porch on wooden clothes racks, then put light weight fusable interfacing on all except the heavier double knit. the material in the squares in suit coats and also interfaced them.

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