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    Try number 1000000000000 more or less

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    I quit for tonight - still no luck

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    hey, can you send the files by email?
    If you can send the files to my email, I'll post them for you!
    I'll PM you with my addy :)

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    got your post - will try that as soon as can - you are so kind

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    Quote Originally Posted by many craft person
    Try number 1000000000000 more or less
    try what? Did I miss something? R U QB-challenged, or is it pictures that won't come thru? You posted this, so what is missing?

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    Im confused. lol :-)

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    trouble getting pictures to post, unable to find files on my computer

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    Make sure you are not trying to preview it first. Just post. You can always go back and edit.

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    Ok, here are the photos!!!
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    thank you ,thank you

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    It's gonna be beautiful. Can't wait to see all of it. :-D :-D :-D

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    So different! love the colors too!

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    That's really pretty. Did you come up with the design yourself? I really like the colors, very Southwest!

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    It's beautiful.

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    The colors are pretty close to the picture on the pattern. I like this design, but I think it will be a long time before ordering any more from where I got the pattern.

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    Very pretty. I love the colors. I was a little confused at the beginning of the thread. :oops:

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    Quote Originally Posted by many craft person
    The colors are pretty close to the picture on the pattern. I like this design, but I think it will be a long time before ordering any more from where I got the pattern.
    Agreed!
    When first I heard about the pattern, I said that I own many of their patterns and have never had any trouble, but ... I guess I own them, but have never used them! (am I the ONLY quilter like that??? LOL)
    The one + was: It only cost $7.00 for the pattern, but over four dollars for S & H.
    sorry to bore you with my WHINING .... again

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    You have done a good job, so far!
    Have you decided whether you are going to add the triangles on the side? Right now, with a bit of a border, the quilt is big enough for my veterans' lap robes. (still thinking ....)

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    I was going to, but I don't have enough of the turquise material to do so. I need to add something more though to make it wider. Will try to get something maybe tomorrow, or may find something in my stash, I hate to put anymore money in it.

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    Well, you fixed my problem! I ran out of the turquoise, also ... the triangles at the side are an odd size.
    I went through almost all of my template rulers and, as usual, there are no definitive angles ... 1 degree on an angle can do so much! So, based on what is going on with your quilt and my lack of fabric, I guess I will call it a day on the quilt and finish it off ... to be quilted (some day )
    Thanks for the encouragement ... know what I may do is ... do the very outside border for my final border. :roll: :roll: thinking

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    I decided to try the rust color for the triangles - it looks good together, but don't know how it will look on quilt - I really don't care for that light of material on the sides, but I'm not the designer. :mrgreen:

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    Quote Originally Posted by many craft person
    I decided to try the rust color for the triangles - it looks good together, but don't know how it will look on quilt - I really don't care for that light of material on the sides, but I'm not the designer. :mrgreen:
    But, you are the owner . I have the orange/rust enough to do the triangles, but not the turquoise. Have decided to just put the accent color on the outer border and no triangles. For what I use the quilt for, the final size is too big.
    Do you know how to use the template and your rotary cutter to cut the triangles?

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    Yes I can cut the triangle ok. What are you going to do with your quilt?

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    I make my quilts for hospitalized veterans and Veterans' facilities. I am a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and the main reason I joined was to be part of an organization that had as its focus - - Veterans and the Military.
    The size I use works well as a cover on their beds while laying down, and when folded in half, works comfortably in a wheelchair.

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