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Thread: Batik reversible QAYG in AZ colors

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    Batik reversible QAYG in AZ colors

    Just posted a quilt I made for my AZ DDIL
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ml#post5264234

    Here's what I made for my AZ DS. I came up with the pattern based on one I'd seen on this board. The two sides could be completely different but I chose to use the dark brown batik as a common theme. It's a large lap quilt (I think the squares finished about 13" each).

    No hand sewing in the QAYG, (well, except for the bindings), using another technique found on this board.
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    Those are both beautiful.....love the AZ colors!! Great job!!

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    Beautiful!!! I must try a reversible one day
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    So beautiful!!!

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    Beautifully done. Love the block setting you used. A double winner!

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    Beautiful , love the colors

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    I absolutely love Native American looking quilts! Beautiful!!
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    You did a wonderful job on both your quilts. Having lived in NM for about 3 years, I miss the heritage and the colors of that area.
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    Beautiful quilts.

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    Wonderfully creative! I love both sides.

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    wonderful. just like Sharon Pederson's reversible quilt. always meant to make one!!

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    Great job. Bet they love it!
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    Just beautiful, both sides of the quilts are great. Thanks for sharing.
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    She will love it. great color choices for Southwest decor

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    It turned out beautiful. Great job.

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    They are very beautiful.
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    This one is just as beautiful as the one you posted for your DDIL. They both carry the AZ theme and I'm sure will be loved by your son and his wife. Thanks for sharing.
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    Beautiful front and back!
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    I have made a small reversible quilt a few years ago and I loved working on it and how it turned out. Your quilt is beautiful! I love the choice of colors, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newestnana View Post
    Just posted a quilt I made for my AZ DDIL
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ml#post5264234

    Here's what I made for my AZ DS. I came up with the pattern based on one I'd seen on this board. The two sides could be completely different but I chose to use the dark brown batik as a common theme. It's a large lap quilt (I think the squares finished about 13" each).

    No hand sewing in the QAYG, (well, except for the bindings), using another technique found on this board.
    What "no hand sewing" technique did you use - I'd like to try one someday.... Thanks!

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    Very pretty, perfect for a guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjnesler View Post
    What "no hand sewing" technique did you use - I'd like to try one someday.... Thanks!
    I'd be interested to know this, too. Did you zig zag the blocks together after they were quilted? Inquiring minds... because it is truly beautiful!!
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    Wow you are really amazingly talented. Another beautiful quilt.

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    Love the colors! The QAYG method is so great - with just a little more work, your whole quilt is done in about the same time as you finish the top. GREAT JOB!

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    I LIKE! Very much!

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