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Thread: Blue and Green "Weave"

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    Blue and Green "Weave"

    I finished this donation top this morning. The piece of striped fabric was not generously sized. Therefore, I had to play a lot in EQ to get sashings and borders sized right.

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    Another nice charity quilt. You are getting a lot finished these days. Happy Holidays.
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    very nice quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    You've been busy turning out a lot of very nice quilts!

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    Kool. Love the colors. BrendaK
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    Good job!!

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    Very nice. Bless you for all the charity quilts you make.

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    That will make a really nice charity quilt.
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    Love the use of the stripped fabric. Another wonderful donation quilt!
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    Wonderful colors and, as I posted on one of your previous photos, I really like the pattern layout. I have been on the fence about EQ7 but it seems you use yours quite a bit.
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    ​You've done it again!! I like it!!!
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    Very similar to quitnan's quilt of last week. Nice and bright.

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    Looks great!

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    Such nice quilts!

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    Pretty quilt.
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    Looks great - love the colors!
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    Loving the blue green thing, and the basket weave look. Very nicely done.
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    You did a nice job, Nan!

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    Neat colors. Awesome charity quilt.

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    Wonderful & happy colors!
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    Very nice job.

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    Nice. Bold. Very male. Great problem solving, too.

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    I love this quilt. I bought a large amount of striped fabric and havent done anything with it yet. I am going to use this idea as this will make some quick charity quilts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    I finished this donation top this morning. The piece of striped fabric was not generously sized. Therefore, I had to play a lot in EQ to get sashings and borders sized right.

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    How big did you cut the squares for the striped 4 patch blocks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aborning View Post
    How big did you cut the squares for the striped 4 patch blocks?
    I posted a tutorial here: https://www.quiltingboard.com/tutori...ml#post7952856
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