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Thread: Hidden Wells Pattern

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    http://www.reddawn.net/quilt/hwells.htm looks nice and simple, another one for my increasingly growing list.

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    Lovely. you need to take out the period at the end of the url before you can click it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by susiequilt
    Lovely. you need to take out the period at the end of the url before you can click it.



    Thanks, I was trying to figure out what happened
    :D . edited, hope that fixed it.

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    Oh, wow, I love that pattern!! I have a collection of 2 1/2 inch strips and trying to decide what to do with them. This looks like my latest decision! Thanks for sending the link Daphne

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    Cool! Add to my bookmarks! Someday..... :roll:

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    amazon- that's a great pattern, thanks!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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    Thanks!

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    Awesome pattern....very contemporary.

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    gotta take a peek !

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    bookmarked this for my strips ! Thanks for the heads-up info.

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    I just printed this idea...I have just the use for it! :-D

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    Your welcome, thought everyone would enjoy it.

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    I made a quilt from this pattern. It was pretty easy.

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    love it , thanks for sharing,. Quilter 1234

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    Love this pattern, it was quick and fun.

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    Great pattern. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janice Maroni
    Love this pattern, it was quick and fun.
    Seeing this beautiful quilt, I will definitely be making this one. So pretty :thumbup:

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    Pretty pattern.. beautiful quilt... now added to my "gotta make this" list of quilts!

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    cool, thanks

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    Thanks!

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    I used this pattern on a 'quilt of valor' for the veteran's home. I had a very difficult time because I thought I would experiment with it. If you are going to do this one, be sure to measure everything and get the measurements correct. Also, use the same order for sewing your strips together. If you don't it will still look nice but it won't be as pretty. I still quilted it and wish I had taken a picture, but I was rushed to turn it in so missed the picture part of the job. LOL

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    How pretty!

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    Thank you...added it to my bookmarks...and one day there will be a finished quilt...hope so :wink:

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    Book marked this for my strips.
    Thank you again.

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    Thanks for posting this, it's so neat the way a second design pops out!

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