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Thread: Here Is the Tumbler Quilt!

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    Thanks to everyone who participated in swaps with me so I could make the "I Tumble 4 Ya" quilt for my sister. here are the pics! She loved it!

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    Look's great!!!

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    That's very cool! Was it hard to put to together?

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    Your quilt is great. I started one a couple of years ago. I sewed my strips, now I have to sew the strips together. Perhaps this will be my next UFO that I finish. What is the size of your quilt before you put on the borders? You have inspired me to get mine done. Thanks!!!

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    My that's pretty!!

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    Oh, I really like it!!

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    That came out so pretty. How many blocks are there and how long did it take you to make it?

    (I am sorry that I did not know you were looking for fabric-I would have been happy to send you some. I am guilty of not reading the fabric swaps threads :cry: )

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    It was very easy to put together. I can't remember the size of it but the tumblers were 4" and there were 18 across including the half tumblers on the ends. Thanks for the compliments!

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    Love it! Scrappy quilts are always so cheery looking! Great job!

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    That's very nice - I'm sure she loves it, who wouldn't. I love the scrappys!

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    Traditional patterns are my favorite, that looks beautiful. I love it

    :wink: :wink: :D :D :D

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    Great job!

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    I love it! I like scrappy quilts best they are so old fashined looking :D Well done :!:

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    Great job!!

    Kyia

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    How very pretty! And I love that it is DONE! :lol:

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    Gorgeous! Is every fabric different?

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    Very pretty, good job!

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    Very nice! :lol:

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    That is pretty. I can see why she loves it. Great job.

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    Beautiful quilt!!! I love the scrappy traditional quilts and you've done a great job on it!! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmony
    Gorgeous! Is every fabric different?

    Yep.

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    Great quilt! It looks so "comfortable".

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    I LOVE IT!!!!!! Look at all those colors.... HEAVEN :D

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    did you lay them out completely randomly? just pick them up without regard as to color placement or are they planned?

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    That is a great quilt. It looks so old-fashioned and cozy, like something my grandmother would have made (I mean that in a good way). I hope she has many happy sleeps with that quilt.

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