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Thread: Grammy Patty 7's "no y seams" quilt for Michael

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    excellent work!...looks fantastic

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    Beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tms
    What a fantastic quilt! You did a beautiful job! I'd love to know how you did it! Could you share a tutorial of this "no Y seams block"?
    Me too.I would be the talk of my family If I could do something like this. I am too timid to tackle "Y" and "curve" seams. How the blue stand out.

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    Outstandingly beautiful!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzette1954
    Amazing!! one of the most beautiful quilts I have ever seen.!! Great job. My hubby loves it to
    Thank you Suzette.
    Patty

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    Quote Originally Posted by trrmite
    Quote Originally Posted by tms
    What a fantastic quilt! You did a beautiful job! I'd love to know how you did it! Could you share a tutorial of this "no Y seams block"?
    Me too.I would be the talk of my family If I could do something like this. I am too timid to tackle "Y" and "curve" seams. How the blue stand out.
    Keep quilting and you'll get there. With each quilt I do, something improves and this is after 47 years of learning to quilt - by the way, I'm self taught. The main thing is to enjoy what you are quilting and be proud of it. This quilt isn't perfect but it definitely speaks for itself. The first small star block I made shouldn't even be on the quilt but once it's quilted, it would take an experienced quilter to figure out which one it is.
    Patty

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