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Thread: Batik reversible QAYG in AZ colors

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    Is that wonderful how it reverses. Both sides are so pretty.
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    Beautiful and artistic looking. Perfect for AZ.

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    Another great job! And love how you used the same colors in both quilts. ( and making this one two sided is something I have wanted to do but never got around to-it's on my bucket list).

    Kat

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    I really like these quilts! good job.
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    Now that is beautiful, both sides. BrendaK
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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthEm View Post
    Those are both beautiful.....love the AZ colors!! Great job!!
    Love it, love it, love! And I'm sure your DS does, too! It's fabulous!
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    what a clever idea! Beautiful, both sides!

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    WOW - Just terrific, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Wow! Your quilt is amazing!

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    Great looking quilt on both sides.

    Did you know you could machine stitch the whole binding? You sew the binding onto the back of the quilt and bring it forward to the front and machine stitch it down. I use this method for quilts for kids and use a zig zag stitch on the front. Just passing along a hint to another "Jersey Girl", I'm nearby in Monmouth County and my son lives in Brick. May in Jersey

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    please tell me you have a pattern! that is soooo wonderful! i would really love to make one! love the reversible!
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    Wow, beautiful job! Love both sides.
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    you did a great job

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    Quote Originally Posted by May in Jersey View Post
    Great looking quilt on both sides.

    Did you know you could machine stitch the whole binding? You sew the binding onto the back of the quilt and bring it forward to the front and machine stitch it down. I use this method for quilts for kids and use a zig zag stitch on the front. Just passing along a hint to another "Jersey Girl", I'm nearby in Monmouth County and my son lives in Brick. May in Jersey
    Yes, I did know that, but I've never been successful at pulling that off very neatly. So far I've only done it on charity quilts.

    Hmmm...Monmouth County! Are you a member of Rebecca Reels?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nancia View Post
    please tell me you have a pattern! that is soooo wonderful! i would really love to make one! love the reversible!
    No pattern...but I tried to copy the following quilt I'd seen on this board:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...go-t92278.html

    I kind of reverse-engineered it...have been meaning to write up instructions but haven't gotten to it yet.


    And here is the tutorial for sewing the blocks together with sashing and no hand sewing.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...ng-t36303.html
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    Love, love love it! Your work is beautiful!

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    WOW! That's awesome!! Nice job!

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