1. Lets hope this worked

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    Here we go again maybe this time it will work, if not I give up at least for now.
  2. Strip quilt with the twist

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    These are my most recent quilts and I love them. Both were donated to raise money for worthy cause. Bigger for my foundraiser at my parish the smaller to support library at local woman and children shelter. I made them coudly and reversible - back is done as rag quilt.
  3. String quilt

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    I make mine by sewing strips onto flannel squares - quilt as you go method, than when I have enough blocks I back it with whatever fabric I have in stash and make a rag quilt. I do not have a lot of scraps as I cut my fabric everything is evaluated to be either squares or strips, so I have it seperated right away. If you do fair amount of quilting you should have a lot of ...

    Updated 02-10-2013 at 06:44 AM by mariolkapolka


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