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Thread: I Want to Make This!

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    Go for it!!! It's gorgeous.

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    Nice! I like their company, great patterns and fabrics.
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    Wow! Really nice it looks so easy!! A real winner! Thanks for posting this.

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    Oooh, that's so pretty! I'm going to have to download it to my laptop when I get home.
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    So pretty... but I know better than to make those points that have to all meet up perfectly in the center!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbizgirl View Post
    So pretty... but I know better than to make those points that have to all meet up perfectly in the center!
    Oh no! You may have just killed it for me lol

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    Buuuuut, Donna always makes it look like a breeze to sew! Lol... I love watching their videos too...it's calming to me watch, and listen to fabric being cut, and her lovely sewing machine sew. Am I weird?

    It is a very cool pattern, done either way! I'm doing an obw with all triangles/half hexies like this. I'm stuggling a bit keeping it all so well met.
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    Points, schmoints......just do it. It will be beautiful.

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    Gorgeous! Have no worries about those points. Beat them down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheshirepat View Post
    Buuuuut, Donna always makes it look like a breeze to sew! Lol... I love watching their videos too...it's calming to me watch, and listen to fabric being cut, and her lovely sewing machine sew. Am I weird?

    It is a very cool pattern, done either way! I'm doing an obw with all triangles/half hexies like this. I'm stuggling a bit keeping it all so well met.
    I know exactly what you mean!! The "sound effects" with Donna putting a quilt together are great!! You forgot the sound of the steam iron

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    I looked at this tutorial yesterday and have down loaded the pattern. I especially enjoy her emphasis on using color placement of color to make a pattern look so different. I hope to add this to my to-do list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SusieQOH View Post
    I know exactly what you mean!! The "sound effects" with Donna putting a quilt together are great!! You forgot the sound of the steam iron
    Yes, I did! Glorious!
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    Sure...I had a kite ruler template for years that I never used and finally sold it...isn't that what it takes to make this quilt? If so, guess I'd better buy another one! Geeeez

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheshirepat View Post
    Buuuuut, Donna always makes it look like a breeze to sew! Lol... I love watching their videos too...it's calming to me watch, and listen to fabric being cut, and her lovely sewing machine sew. Am I weird?

    It is a very cool pattern, done either way! I'm doing an obw with all triangles/half hexies like this. I'm stuggling a bit keeping it all so well met.
    I agree...I enjoy her videos too.
    SusieQ keep us posted on your project. I love the pattern.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    I will. I really love it!

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    Thank you for sharing. I downloaded this one too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbizgirl View Post
    So pretty... but I know better than to make those points that have to all meet up perfectly in the center!
    If you are afraid of those corners, do one more step. When you have the pin standing up straight holding those middle points together, take another pin and pin beside it to hold that in position. Take another pin and pin on the other side of that center pin. Then you can take the middle pin out and sew so that your sewing line goes right through those crossed threads at the center.
    If you look very carefully at her center points, they do not match exactly either. They are just a little bit off. So what's the difference? Let it be. Just do it and don't be too criticle of your work. Nobody does it perfectly perfect all the time.
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    SBG I thought Kaleidoscope was on your list to make! :-)

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    Suzie, if you do decide to make it, you could put the fabrics up on the Start to Finish thread.

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    SusieQOH; this would be easy to adapt to paper piecing hence getting better points. I think that's what I'd do. I also downloaded the pattern. It is pretty. I love her tutorials. She's done two lately that I want to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watson View Post
    Suzie, if you do decide to make it, you could put the fabrics up on the Start to Finish thread.

    Watson
    Hmmm..... not sure where that is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewnclog View Post
    SusieQOH; this would be easy to adapt to paper piecing hence getting better points. I think that's what I'd do. I also downloaded the pattern. It is pretty. I love her tutorials. She's done two lately that I want to make.
    Sewnclog- so far PPiecing and I don't get along

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    Very nice pattern. Go for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SusieQOH View Post
    Hmmm..... not sure where that is?
    It's in the pictures area...you might have to dig for it a bit, although I've just put one up.

    Watson

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