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Thread: Thinking Outside the Block

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    Junior Member eeraemore's Avatar
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    This is my latest top - Thinking Outside the Block. JNCT14 posted a picture of a quilt she made, to enter into a fair in CT. I was so impressed I decided to order the pattern and see what I could come up with. This is a queen size. My quilting helper kitty decided to join for the photo op.

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    beautiful

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    Very nice. Your kitty is cute too. I love how animals have to pose with quilts. It just makes the quilt cuter if you ask me. LOL!

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    Very beautiful quilt! Were did you order the pattern?

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    It's beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbogenpohl
    Very beautiful quilt! Were did you order the pattern?
    I ordered the pattern from http://www.toadusew.com/ -- very speedy delivery time! The top was time-consuming but not difficult. For a queen, it used 100 8 inch log cabin blocks (10 for each row). It was just a matter of having 50 blocks with the seams ironed "in" and 50 with the seams ironed "out" -- and then alternating them, and rotating them in the rows so that the pattern comes out.

    Thanks, everyone! :)

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    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by eeraemore
    Quote Originally Posted by mbogenpohl
    Very beautiful quilt! Were did you order the pattern?
    I ordered the pattern from http://www.toadusew.com/ -- very speedy delivery time! The top was time-consuming but not difficult. For a queen, it used 100 8 inch log cabin blocks (10 for each row). It was just a matter of having 50 blocks with the seams ironed "in" and 50 with the seams ironed "out" -- and then alternating them, and rotating them in the rows so that the pattern comes out.

    Thanks, everyone! :)

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    very nic

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    Nice quilt, nice kitty!

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