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Thread: Finished my Mario Quilt!

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    Finished my Mario Quilt!

    I'm so excited to have this done! It was waiting on binding for a long time...
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    This is really awesome. You done fantastic on it. You should be very proud of it. Any Mario fan would love it.

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    ​Great quilt and well done!

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    very clever, you have done a great job

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    I am working on one similar to this right now - it is for a baby, so I chose to make only four blocks! The first one is finished, and my plan is to cut and fuse the other three today ( if I ever "step away from the computer" ) lol...

    Thanks for the inspiration to get busy!
    QuiltingVagabond aka Kathy

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    Thanks for the compliments.

    Anyone interested in making this quilt it is a free pattern/tutorial. Just google super Mario QAL and find it a the Cut To Pieces blog. The technique is so easy. Though I used fusible interfacing rather than wash away ( that stuff is too expensive)

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    very nicely done, very clever
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    Very cute!!!

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    great job!
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    So cool and fun! Great job
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    how fun. I know my kids would just go nuts for quilts like these. I think I might save the patterns and hopefully one day, remember to go back and work on it...lol.
    enjoy your life...it's the only one you have!!!
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    Great job!
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    This is really cute!
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    It is a great quilt.
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    cute idea for a quilt

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    i want one, too!!! wonderful quilt!

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    Awesome quilt!
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    Awesome!!!!!!

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    Love it!!! Reminds me of pixil quilts.

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    Nicely done!
    Have a Blessed & Prosperous Day !
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    What a fun quilt. Looks amazing
    ~Dana~

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    You did a great job on your quilt, I think your orange corner stones, and blue sashing are cute. Any one would love to get a quilt like that. To cool.
    Pauline

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    Quote Originally Posted by alikat110 View Post
    Love it!!! Reminds me of pixil quilts.
    That's basically what it is - a pixel drawing. The 8-bit mario characters work great for that, because that is how they appeared on the screen!

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    Great quilt!!
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