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Thread: Labyrinth by Debbie Maddy..have you made one?

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    Labyrinth by Debbie Maddy..have you made one?

    If so, let's see some pix!
    I am taking this class with her at the end of the month and MUST get some fabric for it. ONLY I don't know who the quilt will go to, so have no idea of what color theme to go with! Would love to shop my stash, but that does not always work does it??

    Thanks for showing your quilt!

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    I'm going to watch this too. I have that pattern--on my to do list. I'd like to see different colorways.
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    You should make it for yourself! So often we make things for everyone else and forget to make a quilt for ourselves to enjoy. Pick out you favorite color/fabric from your stash and go for it.

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    I made one , just got it back from the quilters, will post another picture after I get the binding on.I thought it was a lot of fun to do, big pieces and went together fairly quickly. just go slow and steady and place close attention to the layout. I put mine on the design board and sewed a couple pieces at a time. Very easy to mix up the pieces. But I really enjoyed it.
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    That's really a beautiful quilt.
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    Beautiful quilt, Linbails! I have the pattern and fabric for one, but haven't made it yet. I just tried to match the fabric that was on the envelope - the browns/gold - bought Stonehenge fabrics.

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    Oh my, that is beautiful!!! I want to make one. Where do I get the pattern from?

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    keepsakequilting.com has the pattern and many other places do too. It is beautiful!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by knlsmith View Post
    You should make it for yourself! So often we make things for everyone else and forget to make a quilt for ourselves to enjoy. Pick out you favorite color/fabric from your stash and go for it.
    nope, I am more of a tradtionalist! This quilt is nice, but it is NOT me at all!

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    What is really cool about this pattern is it has a Lap/Super Twin/Queen/King directions. I have made 2 of the lap size unfortunately already gave them away (quickly) with no pictures. I have fall color fabric to do this in a Queen for my Relay for Life charity quilt for 2013. I have done several of her other patterns which are mostly done with half square triangles so no Y-Seams. The one thing that you really need to do is to make a chart with your fabrics - she usually includes a blank one with her patterns.

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    Heres the start of mine, sorta got side tracked with another quilt, mmm need to finish..
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    I received the pattern yesterday from Keepsake Quilting. I fell in love with it the moment I saw it! I love that she included instructions different sizes. Wish everybody did that. I want to do it NOW, however, I have too many other projects I have to finish first. Drats!

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    My mother made the lap quilt version for my SIL and I have a full/queen sized cut but not sewn. I'm using black and yellow, hopefully, it will still have the same deepth as the pattern.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justme View Post
    Heres the start of mine, sorta got side tracked with another quilt, mmm need to finish..
    hey, now I like those colors! very eye opening, in a pleasant way!

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    What a lovely quilt!! I have no suggestions on fabric except that you'll want to have some good light and dark values so the design doesn't get lost. Good luck choosing!!

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    Love this pattern. Would like someday to create one of my own!

    Edit: loveme, Looks great and I can see how it is pieced so it really doesn't look hard!
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    Labyrinth

    Here's my version - I'm not done, have decided I really don't like a square quilt. Will add a row of something to top and bottom to make it rectangular. Otherwise, I really like the design and it's reallly easy to make!
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    Quote Originally Posted by linbails View Post
    I made one , just got it back from the quilters, will post another picture after I get the binding on.I thought it was a lot of fun to do, big pieces and went together fairly quickly. just go slow and steady and place close attention to the layout. I put mine on the design board and sewed a couple pieces at a time. Very easy to mix up the pieces. But I really enjoyed it.
    Oh it's beautiful. I love your color choices. Think I may have to try it!!

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    Beautiful quilt!
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    I think your quilt is exquisite, linbails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulswalia View Post
    Here's my version - I'm not done, have decided I really don't like a square quilt. Will add a row of something to top and bottom to make it rectangular. Otherwise, I really like the design and it's reallly easy to make!
    I agree about a square quilt. Unless you have a king sized bed it doesn't seem to fit, does it? I don't mind squares for throws or anything other than a bed quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulswalia View Post
    Here's my version - I'm not done, have decided I really don't like a square quilt. Will add a row of something to top and bottom to make it rectangular. Otherwise, I really like the design and it's reallly easy to make!
    this is pretty too! you could add a row top and bottom of tiny stars to lengthen it!

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    beautiful, that looks like fun

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    Lovely quilt Linbails! Neat pattern that intrigues me. I need to do one of these!
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    Wow, I have loved this pattern from the first time I saw it, now I am really inspired. These are beautiful.
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