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Thread: 1st FMQ & Harry Potter Paper Pieced Quilt finally finished

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    Super Member crafterrn1's Avatar
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    What a work of love! I love it! I am sure you can market the Hogwarts quilt as a block of month to shops. At least package and sell as a booklet. Have you contacted any quilt book companies yet? Or self publish! Just a thought. Luann in CT
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    Wow that Harry Potter one is fantastic! Like the other ones as well.

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    They all are wonderful. I am a bi Harry Potter fan so of course I spent a long time looking at all the individual blocks, so cool.
    DEB CAVAN

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    WOW! you have been very busy
    Happy quilting!

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    Great job on both quilts. I like the variations you did in the pinwheel quilt.
    Jeanie

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    OMGoodness! Love the Harry Potter quilt-did you design any of the blocks yourself I know I've seen some of them on another website but not all of them. It is outstanding!!!!

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    Beautiful, and creative
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    Thanks to everyone for the nice compliments. Yes, I designed all of the Harry blocks from scratch using Quilt Assistant. Then I created the Castle layout in Electric Quilt. I've never entered a quilt into a show before, actually I've never been to a quilt show, and right now I'm just enjoying it on the bed. As far as the patterns go, they're all free to download at the site in my signature. I'll probably try and convert the patterns to PDFs eventually. Right right now I really need a break from tiny pieces. The blocks are all 5 inch squares, and the piece number per block varies from 30 something to over 100 pieces per block. I'm working on the Beach Cottages pattern I bought a while back right now. And I'll probably do some scrap quilts to clean up my stash, something quick and easy. I really get inspired seeing all the absolutely wonderful quilts on the board! I've been reading and taking lots of notes for new ideas.
    Owlsea (Connie Tessier) aka SeaTea
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    Your quilts are all wonderful but that HP quilt is just all around awesome!

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    HP quilt is brilliant! You captured everything. This was truly a labor of love and we are all grateful that you finished it!

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    I loved your site too. You did a wonderful job in each of your block designs and really captured the books. Thank you

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    Those quilts are all.....oh, wow!

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    Great job, love the potter quilt.
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    Wow, Wow and did I say Wow?
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    All are amazing, but the HP is jawdropping! Congrats on your fine work!
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    I just printed out the first two years' blocks and plan on sewing a version of this quilt.... Really really love it. And I llooooovvvveeee that you are so generous with sharing your patterns. THANK YOU!

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    I'd love to see pics of your blocks and quilt. I'm always thrilled to see that someone has made the patterns and what the blocks look like in different fabrics!
    Owlsea (Connie Tessier) aka SeaTea
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    You have some wonderful quilts! I am partial to the HP but the pinwheels are so cute.
    Jojos Nana, Carol

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    Amazing quilts! Nice job!

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