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Thread: Stash Buster Scrappy MYSTERY QUILT Mini-train Ride

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    Got my blue/yellow/green one quilted this morning, and I'm putting the binding on as we speak. This is the first time I've used my quilting machine in probably 2 years, and I sure can tell! Between not remembering how to thread the machine and not remembering how to roll the layers onto the rollers, it took HOURS. My quilting is far from perfect, but it'll "do" for a curtain. I'll get a picture of it when it's finished.
    Have a wonderful day! If you need to contact me, please use the e-mail address on my profile page. Sometimes I don't get notifications that I have a PM here. Please note that I'm usually unavailable on weekends, but I'll get back to you on Monday.

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    I dont get it on my quick reply...........that is so weird.
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    All done, and hanging over the window! I'll try to get the other two quilted soon. Gotta buy more batting. Edit: The sides are actually straight. It's just hanging a little crooked.

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    Whoopsie. Not sure how I managed to get two pictures of it in the post.

    Love the quilt, moonwork!
    Last edited by moonrise; 01-20-2013 at 05:48 PM.
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    Finished my top, but don't know how to post a picture. Thanks Judy for a great pattern
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    Don't know who it got there.

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    Cindy and others without a tree, go to 'Forum Actions' in the aqua colored bar, click on 'General Settings', do down to 'Message Editor Interface' in miscellaneous options, then turn on 'Enhanced Interface Full WYSIWNG' and save changes. That should get you the toolbar in your quick reply box. The tree is in the toolbar. You can access the general settings through your profile, too.
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    Cindy and others without a tree, go to 'Forum Actions' in the aqua colored bar, click on 'General Settings', do down to 'Message Editor Interface' in miscellaneous options, then turn on 'Enhanced Interface Full WYSIWNG' and save changes. That should get you the toolbar in your quick reply box. The tree is in the toolbar. You can access the general settings through your profile, too.
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    here's mine. did you know we have 2 'links' to this thread. here's mine. done, almost got out the door. but it wasn't quite done. wonder if that means i'll get to keep this one. ha!Name:  SANY0405.JPG
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    [QUOTE=sewNso;5801900]here's mine. did you know we have 2 'links' to this thread. here's mine. done, almost got out the door. but it wasn't quite done. wonder if that means i'll get to keep this one. ha![/
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    sewnso beautiful quilt, love the black stars. mine is sitting on the cutting table waiting to be layered. I will get to it soon. Work schedule is changing this week.
    Cindy R in Dallas, TX

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishrose View Post
    Cindy and others without a tree, go to 'Forum Actions' in the aqua colored bar, click on 'General Settings', do down to 'Message Editor Interface' in miscellaneous options, then turn on 'Enhanced Interface Full WYSIWNG' and save changes. That should get you the toolbar in your quick reply box. The tree is in the toolbar. You can access the general settings through your profile, too.
    Got it, thanks Irish for sharing that. I was wondering how people were able to put wording above and below their pictures, now I know. It is a nice feature thanks for sharing how to get it there.
    Cindy R in Dallas, TX

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    top is all finished!

    Got it layered up yesterday, hope to have it quilted by the end of this week.
    I added 4 inch borders so that I could use 4 leftover four patch blocks in the corners. I set two goals for January, making a quilt for a graduating grandson (one of three this year) was the first one. Thanks Judy for helping me meet one of my goals!
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    dhanke, yours may be my favorite yet! Definitely has a "boy" feel to it!

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    dhanke, i love your quilt. the light blue star points just seem to glow. Great job.

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    So many wonderful ones... I think I may have to make another one
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    Dhanke :
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    Deb, the colors are wonderful in your quilt. What a lucky recipient.

    SewNso, the black stars are great on a scrappy. Looks good. I like the loops in your quilting. The instructor at my LQS told me to never cross a line and make a loop. I know now she was wrong, so I'm looking forward to making loops on this one. I lost 34 2 1/2" squares last night so I had to quit. I finally found them. My big dog pushed them down in the cushions when she visited me while I was drawing my diagonal lines.

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    Mystery train ride top finished

    I have my top done was side tracked and started a second baby quilt size. This has been a very fun mystery and loved the train ride.
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    dhanke I love the dark bown and turquoise! Beautiful! That is going to be one lucky boy that gets that quilt.
    Deb

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    roserips, very nice work. I like the WOW for the sashing and the fact that you used it in the last flying geese. I plan on doing the same.

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    I got it put together. The top that is. Now I will have to wait to sandwich it and quilt it. I have too may other projects that need to be done. My goal this year was to finish the tops I put together last year. I think maybe I am defeating my own purpose when it join up and make more. LOL. I can't help it. I love this train ride. I can't wait for the next one. Oh wait what was that goal for this year?????

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    Dreaming of New England while being stuck in So. Calif.(the asphalt jungle of the world.) But hey the Happiest Place on Earth is here.

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    A note about the Tree icon. I don't have the tree although now that I look at what I do have I think that there is a tree. LOL. I have an icon that looks like a picture of painting. But I see now it has a tree in there. Maybe others have the same myopia that I have. LOL.
    Dreaming of New England while being stuck in So. Calif.(the asphalt jungle of the world.) But hey the Happiest Place on Earth is here.

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    you are an i ntersting thinker lol yeah its a picture of a tree. it takes almost a full minute from when I click it before it opens up a slowly decides to show up. I think you all did such a marvelous job just popped in to say

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    I have got lost in the baggage car looking for my machine!! I know I'm way behind but I really dreaded the corner squares.
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    i don't have a tree icon for downloading pic's. might it be older versions of window? 3rd icon from right, has a dot in each corner of a square. that's what i was told to use ages ago. it works for me.

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