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Thread: "Pinkadelic" Optical Illusion Quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanneS
    You should have warned me not to look at it right after breakfast! Another great quilt - with too many matching seams for me to attempt.
    Noooo problem - the strips are symmetrical so just press all the seams one way, turn every second strip and they nest up together all snuggly and neat! :-D :mrgreen:

    PS sorry about your breakfast! :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by chichimamma
    WOW!!! that crossed my eyes thats cool, like it!!
    :shock: like this? :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
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    I just cannot tell you enough times how much I love your work.
    I hope you like the one for you too! :-D
    I have absolutely no doubt!
    Oh ye of TOO much faith! :mrgreen: :lol:
    Hehehehe...........when I first saw that, my brain read it as, Oh ye of TOO much fat! ***Shhhhhh..........it's true, but I don' wanna publicize it :shock: :D***

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    Its great, try zipping up and down past it with your mouse, gives a weird effect and makes it go smaller, or maybe I'm just having hallucinations from it instead of nausea - fun.

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    not too good with chinese food, i can tell you. :lol:

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    Can you tell us how much of each fabric you used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynsue
    Can you tell us how much of each fabric you used?
    I'm sorry not to have replied sooner - for some reason, I stopped getting notifications to this thread. I had just under a yard of each fabric but I messed up a bit on the cutting so wasted a bit. This is a half size version with a couple of outer rows missing, compared to the one in the tute. If you had a yard of each, you should be fine. I think the full size one in the tute needs 2 yards of each. :-D

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    What a neat effect...I like it!

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    I have vertigo, so it wouldn't work for me to try that pattern, it is beautiful.

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