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    All their patterns are wonderful. And NO it is not cheating. They just help you get the project done faster and more accurate.

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    yes, and no go for it.

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    That was really a neat tute. I wouldn't consider it cheating.

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    How is a quiltsmart pattern different than other patterns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madamekelly
    How is a quiltsmart pattern different than other patterns?
    Did you read any of the (now) 50+ previous posts on this thread? Click through to any of the links?

    And if all else fails, there is always this:
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=quiltsmart

    Until the next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    Quote Originally Posted by madamekelly
    How is a quiltsmart pattern different than other patterns?
    Did you read any of the (now) 50+ previous posts on this thread? Click through to any of the links?

    And if all else fails, there is always this:
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=quiltsmart

    Until the next time.
    Thank you. I did do one quilt this way, but it was just generic pre-printed squares on interfacing. I did not know it was known by anything specific as a method. (For the record, I needed the pictures to know what it was. I am a little slow on the uptake.)

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    I have a few but haven't done them yet...they are on THE LIST

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    I've heard there's also an interfacing-type product that has log cabin lines pre-printed on it that someone said they found at JoAnn's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by postal packin' mama
    I've heard there's also an interfacing-type product that has log cabin lines pre-printed on it that someone said they found at JoAnn's.
    never saw that at joanns...will have to ask about it.

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    What makes Quiltsmart Patterns different than other patterns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by linmid
    What makes Quiltsmart Patterns different than other patterns?
    I guess the next time is here.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-144485-4.htm#3936590

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    Looks good to me, I'd try it.

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    Hi Everyone, I'm new around here and I need some help please. I am wanted to make a wedding ring quilt using Quiltsmart, because I know I'll never be able to do any other way. lol I have tried for days to get someone at QuiltSmart to answer the to no avail and I've finally sent them an email. Do you ladies know if they are still in business? What I'm needing to know is if I buy the Classic Wedding Ring the biggest it will be is a lap size...well I need/want a king and I have no clue how many extra panels I am going to need. If anyone can help I would really appreciated it! Thanks Maria

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    i've used many quiltsmart patterns- they help you make wonderful quilts- and i do not consider any technique (cheating) that is such a horrible-negative term- if you find a new way to do something and it is a time saver that's great---no reason to stick some negativity to it...panals make wonderful quilts...fusable interfacing can be used to make wonderful quilts- there is nothing cheating about any of it.
    hiding away in my stash where i'm warm, safe and happy

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