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Thread: Joseph's Coat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkiris View Post
    Rosy, you did a wonderful job on this quilt and this tutorial! Does your new beautiful quilt have a home?
    Oh yes lol. I enters my collection lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B View Post
    First what is a SABLE quilter? Second: this Joseph coat is fascinating me....went to a local quilt show recently and sat in on a presentation on something very similar to this but her pattern is based on a circle that is segmented with four melon shapes and she hand pieced the melons to the center in a row doing two on each center, joining, and going on.......anyway end result seems to be the same as this.....my question after this long statement is: where is your pattern for your tutorial, I could not find it in the reference sites offered?
    Geri,
    I could not find a link to the templates either. And I believe SABLE is something like Stash accumulated beyond life expextancy

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    very pretty block.you make it look easy.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    waow, I admire...

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    Rosy,I can't get the template printed large enough for the 18 inch block. Do I have to go to kinkos and use a larger printer or am I doing something wrong? Your quilt is BEAUTIFUL ,love it

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    Thanks for the tutorial! My friend I saw last week has a vintage Joseph's Coat quilt on one of her beds...I loved the quilt...will try a few "blocks" and see how it goes to decide if I want to make one or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgia View Post
    Rosy,I can't get the template printed large enough for the 18 inch block. Do I have to go to kinkos and use a larger printer or am I doing something wrong? Your quilt is BEAUTIFUL ,love it
    I uploaded it here in this thread somewhere, let me go check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgia View Post
    Rosy,I can't get the template printed large enough for the 18 inch block. Do I have to go to kinkos and use a larger printer or am I doing something wrong? Your quilt is BEAUTIFUL ,love it
    The templates for the 18 ins. block is on page 3 of this tread about three posts down.

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    Thank you so much for sharing the tut and templates...just oriented them out !!!

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    Oh my gosh I need to make this!! Thank you so much for sharing the tutorial on how to make this. I love sewing curves and this will be a fun one for our guild to maybe do as a group. I can see them sharing fabrics for variety... or bringing all their scrap boxes in and using them up. That would be really fun.

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