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Thread: Chisholm Plaits

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    Super Member FancyFoot's Avatar
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    WOW...I'm blown away!!!!!
    Such an excellent color combination & pattern.
    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Stunning quilt, pattern and colours are fabulous.

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    Interesting pattern. Love it.

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    Beautiful.

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    That's my favorite color! Great job.

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    Really pretty Patrice!! I love your color placements...I wasn't familiar with this pattern...but of course, its now....on the list!! :lol: :lol:

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    another quilt! gorgeous! Don't you sleep or eat or breathe?

    Man, you are prolific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbm
    another quilt! gorgeous! Don't you sleep or eat or breathe?

    Man, you are prolific.
    I agree! It's beautiful!

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    This is gorgeous! Are you planning on doing a whole quilt for each of the blocks in our Prairie BOM? I think you should!

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    The quilt is wonderful! Great job.

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    I love the pattern, you do beautiful work.

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    WOW! That's gorgeous. Love the colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbm
    another quilt! gorgeous! Don't you sleep or eat or breathe?

    Man, you are prolific.
    thanks, all, for the nice comments. :-)

    i sleep waaaaaaaaaay too much and eat waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much. (since i'm not blue, i assume breathing is the one thing i do in just the right amount. :lol: )

    i do most of my quilting in the wee hours before work. i get up ridiculously early so i can have a few hours of fun before trudging off to the the salt mines.

    on weekends ... seriously ... my avatar says it all. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmony
    This is gorgeous! Are you planning on doing a whole quilt for each of the blocks in our Prairie BOM? I think you should!
    i will if you will. :wink:

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    Very good job...you sure keep busy lady. :wink:

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    Beautiful work!!! Reds are my color too!! :D

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    Love the pattern and the colors you chose!

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    Great job!! I love it!!

    Kyia

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    I love this!Thanks for sharing!!

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    Really beautiful Patrice! That is an interesting pattern!

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    HeyPatrice, :roll:

    Just saw the picture of Chisolm Trails and it is great. I love the colors. Go this week-end for 2 days of classes on quilt machine. Am excited. Love, Peggy

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    Your usual beautiful work Patrice.....

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    One question??? WHEN DO YOU SLEEP!!! That beautiful quilt top was on PAPER yesterday... Wanna give us a lesson on SPEED cutting?? lol! Serioulsy -turned out lovely!

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    thanks. :-)

    as i starch the fabrics, i layer them in sewing order, right sides together. the number of layers depends on how many pieces i need to cut from different combinations of fabrics. i'm usually cutting through at least four layers. i limit myself to no more than 8 layers. even with a 60mm cutter, it gets too hard to cut precisely through a pile any higher than that. if i'm using shop-weight fabrics, 6 is a more sensible limit.

    by layering to cut, the pieces i sew together are already matched in size and ready to run through the machine. when i'm really lucky, they "stick" together so i don't even need to line them up before they go under the foot.

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    I LOVE THAT PATTERN AND YOUR COLOR CHOICES MAKE IT POP. GOOD JOB!!

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