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Thread: Hope Valley Zig Zag is Back from the Quilter!

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    Super Member yolanda's Avatar
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    This is my new bed quilt - I love making these zig zag quilts - they are so easy using the 'no triangle method'..... I gave this one a pretty backing too. I wanted to share this quilt completed because it looks so much nicer then just the plain top. Thank you for looking!

    The quilt passed Jack's inspection too ;-)

    Hope Valley Fabric Line with Kona Solids in between.
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    The Back
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    Inspection
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    Beautiful!

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    It turned out very nice and truly is beautiful! Glad Jack likes it too--I am in good company.

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    Very pretty!!! Jack is claiming it :D:D:D

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    Thank you Charismah! I was going to make another with the Neptune Fabric I purchased from your store but instead I am making two quilts for my nephews with that fabric .. using Kona white. Have you seen the "Mixed Tape" pattern? I am using that. I am excited to start it but have no time before Christmas :-(

    Hey my quilter uses the binding with flange method you posted about too! I just tried it on a small quilt and must say I will never hand stitch binding again. ;-) My quilter uses different size strips but I like the size you suggested better.

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    Beautiful!

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    Thank you Frannie & Amma :-)

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    beautiful quilt

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    Very pretty and I see it's been checked out....

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    Very pretty! Nice work!

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    A very pretty quilt, I like the pattern and the colors that you chose for this one.

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    Beautiful quilt!! Love the back too! Nice job!

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    Thank you again everyone :-) Leah the pattern is so easy - you just sew strips and cut them into blocks and lay it out on point & sew into rows (if you want I can link the tutorial here)

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    Love your quilt. Looks like the quilt inspector is hard a work :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by yolanda
    Thank you again everyone :-) Leah the pattern is so easy - you just sew strips and cut them into blocks and lay it out on point & sew into rows (if you want I can link the tutorial here)
    I would love to get the link :-D
    love your quilt!

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    Here is the link. I just made mine bigger. The size she suggests makes a great lap quilt. I make them this size as gifts or donation quilts.

    http://beesquarefabrics.blogspot.com...t-without.html

    Quote Originally Posted by IngeMK
    Quote Originally Posted by yolanda
    Thank you again everyone :-) Leah the pattern is so easy - you just sew strips and cut them into blocks and lay it out on point & sew into rows (if you want I can link the tutorial here)
    I would love to get the link :-D
    love your quilt!

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    Very Pretty

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    I really like this quilt. Thanks for the link.

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    Love the quilt and puppy!

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    Lovely.

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