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Thread: Stack & Whack Wonky charity quilt finished

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    Stack & Whack Wonky charity quilt finished

    Back in March, I asked for advice on how to quilt this quilt Stack & Whack Wonky blocks - How to quilt? . I appreciated all of the advice. I chose the zig zag meander. It really fits this quilt. It took a while to get it done as I had a wedding quilt to complete first. After those were done, I moved. When I had shown the top to the charity, the response had been somewhat cool. But when I took them the completed quilt, they were so much more delighted
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    I love the quilt. Like the colors too.
    I looked at this pattern again and for
    me it was complicated. Would love
    to make it. About how much of each
    fabric did you need? Guess I need another
    cup of coffee and read the instructions again.
    LC
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    I like it a lot. And the zig zag meandering goes perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitchnripper View Post
    I like it a lot. And the zig zag meandering goes perfectly.
    I totally agree

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    The zig zag meandering goes perfectly, thanks for posting.

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    thanks for your kind comments
    Nancy in western NY
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    Your color choices are great. I love the pattern and your quilting complements the quilt. Thanks for sharing. I'm saddened that it initially received such a cool reception from the charity. I would think they would be thrilled with anything they received. I think you did a wonderful job and I commend your generosity. Thanks for sharing.
    The bad news is - time flies.
    The good news is - you're the pilot!

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    Great inspiration! I love the colors, the pattern and the quilting. Beautiful quilt!
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Oh, I love it! I see that you posted the pattern on the linked thread, I will have to try one. But I think I'll use greens and yellows. The quilting design is perfect for this quilt. Was it hard to do?
    KnitnNan

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    Great quilt.

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