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Thread: A Touch of Yellow

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    Super Member pjnesler's Avatar
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    Thanks so much for this info, I'm sure I have the perfect fabrics for this one too!

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    Now that is thinking out of the box, or in this case, the square! Very clever! I envy your thought processes.

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    THANKS for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Linda View Post
    THANKS for sharing.
    Yes, thank you very much! This is great! Do you know when your quilt & these instructions will be on the blog (& what the URL is)???
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    This is a clever re-cutting of the fabric making it so much easier. Thanks for posting it.

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    This is fantastic. Your directions are very easy to follow. Can't wait to try it! Thank you so much for sharing it with us.
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    You are brilliant! Never saw this pattern before, but I too would be awed by cutting that many squares. What a great way around it and a much less time consuming process. Excellent!

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    You are a genius! What a great idea!

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    Very cool. I have started thinking about this type of thing too. Certainly is easier!
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    Thank you so much for sharing. As Vice President of a quilting group I'm always looking for something easy for us to make for our charity projects. Again T hank you

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