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Thread: cinnamon stack done BACK FROM THE QUILTERS new pics added

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    Super Member gcathie's Avatar
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    finally got the fabric to finish quilt Quilt size is 90 x 91

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    WOW-beautiful quilt-love the fabric and I like how you did the sashing, too

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    Really pretty!
    What are the white circles in the squares? Buttons?

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    thanks you guys...

    tlrnhi...the circles are how I mark where my block goes....they are reinforcement circles...and then I number them...sure has made my life easier once I found something to help me keep track where the block goes and which side to sew.... :lol: :lol: Once I get these used up I have some small price tags...

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    another beauty!

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    Another beauty. Man, your just whipping them out girl. You are soooooooooooo good. I love the colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcathie
    thanks you guys...

    tlrnhi...the circles are how I mark where my block goes....they are reinforcement circles...and then I number them...sure has made my life easier once I found something to help me keep track where the block goes and which side to sew.... :lol: :lol: Once I get these used up I have some small price tags...
    Oh, so you put the number on the little circle. We call them "paper buttholes". lol
    That's a pretty cool idea!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcathie
    thanks you guys...

    tlrnhi...the circles are how I mark where my block goes....they are reinforcement circles...and then I number them...sure has made my life easier once I found something to help me keep track where the block goes and which side to sew.... :lol: :lol: Once I get these used up I have some small price tags...
    I use the little tiny sticky notes, it really does keep everything in order!!!
    beautiful quilt!!

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    Great job! Very beautiful quilt.

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    Wow really nice quilt and a great idea at the same time. 8)

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    Reinforcement circles...what I use for markinf my blocks

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    Thanks everybody...I know it's another mirror quilt but that's what I had in mind when I seen this fabric...have a few more to do that way...it is an odd color...

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    it looks really pretty! and great idea with the reinforcement circles.. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcathie
    Reinforcement circles...what I use for markinf my blocks
    Yep, that's what we call paper buttholes. lol
    Just never thought of doing that.
    I just stack the squares on top of each other for each row, then pin a piece of paper with the number row to it.

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    What a great idea! I am going to go out and buy some paper buttholes to mark my quilt squares with!! :lol:

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    Love the colors.

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    Beautiful!!

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    How pretty!

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    That is lovely---the dark brown is so striking, I do like your colors, very nice :lol:

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    oooooooh its a beauty!! I have my fabrics chosen to make myself one of these over the summer. I hope to get a start on it in a couple weeks time!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcathie
    Thanks everybody...I know it's another mirror quilt but that's what I had in mind when I seen this fabric...have a few more to do that way...it is an odd color...
    Another great idea using paper stickers. I think that is a great fabric colour and the flower one just sets it all off. Great quilt, if your not sure about it though I can give you my address...he he

    Elle

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    OMG that is just beautiful!!! What a perfect quilt!! Awesome idea for the hole reinforcers!! I would have never thought to use those!!! I'm so glad you're here!!! :thumbup:

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    jbsstrawberry... :oops: awwhhhh sucks....Thank you... :D

    Butterflyspain ...Elle your so funny... Thank you... :D

    Quilting Aggi...Oh your gonna love this pattern it is fairly easy and goes fast ....I'll be looking for yours.... :D Thanks for the ooooooooh... :D

    Joan...Thanks ...actually the color is a cinnamon reddish brown sometimes colors sure come out different....maybe a barn red? .... :D

    sewnsewer2.... Thank You :D

    Karla...Thank you!! :D

    Quilt4u...sure different colors... :D :roll: :D

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    I can't come up with any original - its all been said already Cathie!!

    So I will try and practice my spanish - feel free to correct me you guys that can speak Spanish lol!!

    Su colchar es maravilloso. :D Los colores esta perfecto y me gusto mucho, su trabajo esta muy agradable ami!! :D

    Como estas alcochar este ??

    Translation needed?? :D

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    Cathie, very beautiful quilt, I like the pattern and the colors that you used!

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