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Thread: Rhondas Bear's Paw Class - Checkbook Cover Lesson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady with Thread
    Rhonda,
    If I make the little triangle blocks to go on each side then do I have to cut them down again like we did when putting the block together?
    If you want them the same size then I would use the same cut down method.

    Katie how did you do your HSTs on the sides? Did you do the cut down version?

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    OOOH YOU ARE SO TALENTED, THANKS!!!!!

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    thank you for the templates, I got them this week but will have to wait to start!! your tut's are wonderfully written,,,,,,Jacie

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    Thanks everyone! Hope to see more pictures of checkbook covers!!

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    Great job!

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    awesome and as usual...did a great tute !

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    Thank you thank you! LOL Are compliments like bringing an apple to the teacher?? :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :lol:

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    You betcha, or maybe you'd like chocolate. LOL You changed your Avatar again. Do we have that bottom right block in your sampler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by klgreene
    You betcha, or maybe you'd like chocolate. LOL You changed your Avatar again. Do we have that bottom right block in your sampler?
    No I don't think so. I'll go look it up. I think it is a 4 x 4.
    This is the center of a doll quilt I made for the doll quilt swap several months ago. I love samplers can't you tell? This was the second one I did for the doll quilt swap.
    The hardest part wasn't making the blocks it was deciding how to put the sashing. I arranged and rearranged a dozen or more times. It is also the first time I ever used any embellishments. I added 2 little heart buttons and the bow. Not alot but my first try at it.

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    What was your finished size of the entire quilt. In order words, what size constatues a doll quilt, or minature.

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