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Thread: Has Anyone Made My Small World by Jen Kingwell?

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    Super Member SusieQOH's Avatar
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    Has Anyone Made My Small World by Jen Kingwell?

    I just bought the pattern. It's adorable!
    Just wondering what I'm in for
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    Looks like a lot, but if you break it down into blocks, you should be fine. There's a QAL that might help a lot if you join them..

    https://verykerryberry.blogspot.com/...world-qal.html

    Good Luck!!!!!!!!

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    I have not but I know there's tons of beautiful Jen Kingwell creations over in this thread.. and the gals in there seem to be having a lovely time making and sharing their JK designs. All so very pretty too!

    https://www.quiltingboard.com/quilti...s-t297401.html
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    I’ve been tempted with that one too, but haven’t gotten the pattern yet.
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    I did, it's one of my favorites - make sure you check out the Jen Kingwell "quilt along" on the challenges subforum.

    pictures on post #66
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    Just finished my top. If you go systematically through the pattern book, you'll be fine. I didn't cut out all the sky squares at the beginning (you need over 500 1.5" squares), but I did cut quite a few which helped me get a jump on it. The instructions suggest pressing seams open which I didn't do. It turned out OK. Some of the blocks are a little tricky to put together - I made my own paper piecing and applique patterns for them. All in all, it was incredibly fun to make. Involving and interesting. Now I need to quilt it but I'm working on a few easier things first. BTW, there's a Jen Kingwell Facebook group, and on this Quilting Board, there's a Kingwell subgroup under "Challenges".

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    Thanks, everyone!

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