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Thread: WIP - Downy Comfort Quilt

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    Got my package in the mail on Friday. Woke up bright and early Satruday morning and got to work on it for a few hours before I had to leave.

    This is what I have so far.

    Package arrived - So excited!
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    Beautiful Colors and fabric
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    Ironing the strips for the 4-square pieces
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    cutting up the strips
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    ready to sew the rows together
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    first row done
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    sometimes you gotta stop and fix the boo boo
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    first border attached...and then I had to leave for the day.. hopefully I'll get to finish it up this week
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    Well done

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    Very pretty fabrics ~ looking forward to seeing finished quilts.

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    I really like the fabric too - the maker is Clothworks - Mayfly Mischief by Tony Fernandes in case anyone wants to know.

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    That is wonderful fabric and you have done a great job. Now a question...
    What is the purpose of the white pieces of paper between the fabrics...?
    K

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    really pretty

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    I received my pkg of 6 quilt tops. One in honor of each of my 6 healthy kids. Thank the Lord. =) Its such a great program and my girls are going to help me. =) What a great way to give back if even in a small way. My daughter the artist is wanting to design one of her own to send back with what we get done. She's a good kid!

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    You are kind and generous to do that. Very pretty.
    I will have to search for more information.
    Thanks

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    LOVE how the thin green border makes the small amounts of green in the print elsewhere just POP out! nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaK
    That is wonderful fabric and you have done a great job. Now a question...
    What is the purpose of the white pieces of paper between the fabrics...?
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    LOL - I put a "divider" between each of my stacks (rows) of fabric. ... I just grabbed the first thing I could find...and it just happened to be envelopes.

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