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Thread: From Don-A quilt I started that was a pain in the ????

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    Senior Member isewman's Avatar
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    I posted a message a couple week's ago, on this quilt, I'm doing. Anyhow, it just wasn't going together, the way i wanted it to go. Wasn't getting some of the 1/4" joints when joining the red(wine), and the light brown, together. I did sew 8 block's together, and eventually took them all apart. I put the dam blocks away, and ended up cutting a 2nd quilt pattertn out. It's in a pizza box now. I went back to my 1st quilt, and recut some of the peices. I now have 12 block's sewed together, and I'm very happy with it now. The 2nd quilt, I'll get it started after I do this quilt, called "BakersDozen

    This is 1 of the block's. After sewing it together, I was very happy with the block.
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    This is a picture of 4 of the block's.
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    This is a picture of the 12 block's. Eventually I will put sashing's between each block, And eventually form some star's, with sashing's. I did a quilt before and had star's thru out the quilt.
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    Your quilt blocks look very good to me. Colors are nice.
    Having a lot of small pieces demands perfect piecing, doesn't
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    Oh am so glad you decided to work on this quilt again! I love it! Can't wait to see it completely finished...

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    looking good...

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    I like it. Nice colors.

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    Dang!!! That is wonderful!

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    That's going to be a fabulous quilt!

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    Going to be real pretty!

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    Nice JOB DON....looks great

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    Wow love the quilt and your color choices!

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    Pretty blocks.

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    It's very frustrating when things just don't go right... sometimes we just have to put it away and work on it later... sometimes it's our skill level and most times it's our stress level...
    Nice end results :D

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    I love it!! Can't wait to see it finished! :thumbup:

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    I love the block colors. You did a nice job. BTW I like how it looks without sashing.

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    The colors are beautiful and your work is outstanding. I hope to see it when it is completed.

    Very Nice!!!!!!


    sandy14

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    Awesome love the quilt You did a great job picking the colors

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    Great Job! Nice colors.

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    very nice. A credit to all your hard work. Thanks for sharing

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    Beautiful blocks.

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    Looking good sew far!

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    nice blks Don!!!!!

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    Looks great, Don! Your patience won out! Love the colors!

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    Nice

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    very pretty

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    Looking good! Glad you didn't give up :D:D:D

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