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Thread: finished Black and white top

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    need to be quilted, now i am working on my UFO

    UFO i am working
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    working on UFO
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    Oh Jerrie, that turned out GREAT!

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    I'm a sucker for black and white quilts - even with one other color tossed into the mix....


    that's the robbing peter to pay paul made with circles that are sewn then turned right side out isn't it?

    I started one.... it's 'around here someplace' :mrgreen:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janeen
    I'm a sucker for black and white quilts - even with one other color tossed into the mix....


    that's the robbing peter to pay paul made with circles that are sewn then turned right side out isn't it?

    I started one.... it's 'around here someplace' :mrgreen:
    yes it is robbing peter to pay paul

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    nicely done! I, too, have a b/w quilt i am "working on". :lol:

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    Very pretty Jerrie!!! Is your UFO going to be a sampler or just those two blocks in it? Its looking good so far!!

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    Lovely quilt Jerrie, I like your ufo block with the curves. are the curves hard to do?

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    The black and white quilt came out great!!! The curve block does look hard.

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    Jerri, your quilt came out beautiful!! I want to try a Rob Peter to Pay Paul quilt one day.

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    Hey! I have the same bed! I love your quilt. Are you keeping it? :D

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    Very Pretty Jerrie......just love your things

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    LOVE IT!!!

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    Yes i am keeping it i am going to make some shams also

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearpaw
    The black and white quilt came out great!!! The curve block does look hard.
    the curves are not hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgshaw
    Very pretty Jerrie!!! Is your UFO going to be a sampler or just those two blocks in it? Its looking good so far!!
    my ufo's are two different quilts i am working on it is going to be i think a full size quilt

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    Great job Jerrie - still love the black and white!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerrie
    Quote Originally Posted by bearpaw
    The black and white quilt came out great!!! The curve block does look hard.
    the curves are not hard
    what's the trick to curves, Jerrie? they look so tough I don' t think i'm ready for that yet. mom tried to convince me to try a drunkards path block and i had to say no way.....maybe when i get 10 years or so under my belt LOL :!: :!: :!:

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    Just love it.

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    very nice great job

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    Good job! I like your quilt! Looks nice. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by retrogirl02
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerrie
    Quote Originally Posted by bearpaw
    The black and white quilt came out great!!! The curve block does look hard.
    the curves are not hard
    what's the trick to curves, Jerrie? they look so tough I don' t think i'm ready for that yet. mom tried to convince me to try a drunkards path block and i had to say no way.....maybe when i get 10 years or so under my belt LOL :!: :!: :!:
    I throught it was hard also,Just pin the ends together and then the center and just stitch ...Try a sample curve

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    nice black and white

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