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Thread: Definitely Not De-Kaffe

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    Senior Member quilt-n-girl's Avatar
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    I love your quilt, I like the colors, and the zigzag border. I know your daughter loves it, she looks so happy with it.
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    Wow! That is gorgeous, Lara! And so is your daughter.
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    Wow! Just wonderful. You captured the KAFFE look. What a stunning daughter you have . You should be proud of her AND your Kaffe quilt

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    beautiful quilt and dd
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    Beautiful quilt! Thanks for sharing.

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    That's gorgeous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzinBumble View Post
    Thank you Judy!
    Oh do make an effort to see that movie. It is so funny! It is one of those ones that grows on you the more you watch it.
    The heroine, Buttercup, realizes that whenever the hero, Westley, says "As you wish" that he is really saying "I love you."
    For the fabric - first you sort it into two piles: darker, vivid fabrics in one pile and lighter softer colored fabrics in the other. Then you take each pile and as best you can (it's better if it isn't perfect) sort it into 4 main color groups. That is what makes up the quadrants of each diamond.
    The hardest part of making this quilt was prewashing and then heavily starching, air drying and ironing each piece of fabric before cutting it. That took quite awhile! You need to starch like that because the diamonds are cut on the bias and the starch helps them not to stretch when you sew the halves together.
    I will have to put that movie on my list. Thanks for your detailed reply. This definitely has to go on my "someday" list!
    Judy

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    Very nice quilt. Great job!
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    pretty quilt!! So is the model!
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    Gosh- love this quilt- it's gorgeous!

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    Ooh, I love this one. It's perfect for scrappies!!

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    WOW fabulous quilt -gorgeous fabrics.

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