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Thread: Two more blocks done for silk quilt...

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    Super Member weasier22's Avatar
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    Two more blocks done for silk quilt...

    I'm really having fun making this quilt. Would love to keep it for myself! My co-worker really loved his Tommy Bahama shirts! Guess I'll be quilting all night and tomorrow!
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    very pretty

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    Beautiful, looking really good.
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    The blocks look great! I love how you showcase the prints in the center.
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    I'm loving these! I know your co-worker will, too! Is the silk hard to work with?
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    They are so gorgeous.
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    Your blocks look great! Are you using a foundation square to stitch them on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Your blocks look great! Are you using a foundation square to stitch them on.
    Yes ... That's the only way I thought I would be able to do this pattern. Used the crazy quilt template for the center and cut 1 3/4" strips. Some a little wider for the last corner pieces if the other size strip didn't totally cover the corner. I used white muslin which I washed and dried for shrinkage.
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    I love your idea! Did you prewash the shirts, or are they planning on dry cleaning the quilt? Thanks.

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    very nice!!!!
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