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Thread: 16th Mystery Quilt Train Ride Begins Now!

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    Carol, your quilt is beautiful, wonky or not! I love the colors.
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    Carol I don't see a Wonk this way or that way, just a very nice looking quilt. Job well done.

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    Love that blue Connie.
    Carol, it looks great. Nice job.
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    Here it is finally. I have finished the other two blocks needed, count off made four. I think a thin red zinger (all the red I have left), then a green 2", (since I have plenty) then will follow with the light fabric for outer border with the green as binding. Will get this done this weekend, at least assembled and quilted with binding attached, then the hand work may take me a few months. LOL I do like the floating instead of my red on the corners. Was looking to heavy. With my goof on the hst pieces, this looks nice just as well.
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    Wow! That's beautiful!
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    That really is striking QuilterMomma and lots of work! I love your light fabric print. Good job!!!

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    I love everyone's quilt tops. Thanks for posting pictures.

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    I have the top assembled and ready to quilt. Pulling from the stash for backing. Going to do an all over edge to edge. I made it big enough to go on my king frame. If God willing and the river don't rise, will get it quilted tomorrow (pending if I force myself to do taxes first). Will post photos when done. Oh, and doing a scalloped border if I can find my Eleanor Burns scallop ruler. I know it is here somewhere, but where. Someone please come and help me organize my sewing area. Ugh!
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    Got my crazy eyeballs quilted. As soon as I finish the binding, I'll get a picture.
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    Here we go. All quilted and binding on. Wow, finished it yesterday. (all except hand sewing binding on) Decided not to do the scallops. i wanted it done and could not find the right tool for the job. This works just fine. Daughter wants for her bed, so it may end up there. She is a color coordinated person like hubby. Now, onto the scraps. I bet this pattern would look cool with scraps as well. All cut in the right sizes, hmmmm. I am working on cleaning up the scraps. Just may go there. Name:  16.JPG
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Size:  184.6 KBYou can sure tell the lighting difference. One on my bed, the other on the frame, same camera.
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    Beautiful work, QuilterMomma.
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    That turned out beautiful.
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    QuilterMomma, your quilt is beautiful!
    "I keep my end tables full of needlework and quilting so I don't have to dust them." ~ Author Unknown but I agree!

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    To frustrating for me

    You all did wonderful jobs with those quilt tops. I envy all of you. I am a beginner quilter. The last clue was just to frustrating for me. To many little pieces. So I decided to take the first blocks I made and turn it into a table runner.
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    Great job, I'm thinking a runner might be my solution too. At least you finished it.

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    Hopping on board here at the end to see what you all have created! The quilts are just beautiful... Judy, you are a talented designer. This pattern is gorgeous and I will definitely make one in the future. Saving some pics to my Pinterest board.

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    Good job Delphina, it works and you have a great result. We have all been there.
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    Delphinia, That's very pretty. I love chickens. My kitchen is done in country farm theme so I have chicken items around it.. You can always try the blocks again after a little more expierence . After all it's not like you paid for it and are wasting your money. Judy always gives us a challenge and maybe this was a bit to much for you this time. hang in there several of use had a tough time with some of this one. But you just plug along ask questions and learn. We all have fun here. Maybe the next one will be easier for you. I love the runner anyway. lol.
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    Thanks for a great mystery, Judy.
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    Pretty ,love the eyeballs.
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    That turned out pretty Angelina. Wow!
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    QuilterMom and Angelia, beautiful quilts. Love them both.

    Delphinia, nice job
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    Quote Originally Posted by kathryn7887 View Post
    hoping so get it all together this weekend if I have a day off. But we have snow and I'm considered essential so I may have to come in if short staffed.

    I love it done in greens. I think the little "V's" would look good done in different pastel colors. Then it would look like flowers with the larger "V" being the leaves. Quite a flower garden. lol I did mine in blues but haven't gotten a chance to quilt it yet.
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    my brother claimed it says it looks like corn tassels.
    Still don't have it sewn together yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathryn7887 View Post
    my brother claimed it says it looks like corn tassels.
    Still don't have it sewn together yet.
    Oh, it does, kind of. I can see where it would look like the leaves of corn too. I like the flowers better though. lol
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