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Thread: I did it!! My Crumb block top completed!!!!!

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    BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    ooh Izy it is absolutely beautiful and yes I too love how your finished off each block with a strip around each side.. I hope I can use that idea too when I put my blocks together :) I am making 6" size blocks. I have 38 made now and hope to finish another 22 soon. Then I will put them together. I havent' worked on my quilt for a while now as I have been busy working on other projects, but I hope to get back to it soon!

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    Glad you like it quilting aggi, I am still quilting it, and then must discipline myself to pick my big quilt back up...I need to finish it before the heat of the summer kicks in :lol:

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    I watched your tutorial first and then looked at your quilt. That is just spectacular. Love the bright and different colors. Can't believe you haven't quilted forever.

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    Izy: I love your crum quilt...the colors are so vibrant and exciting. Good job.

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    Very cute, something like a crazy quilt?? Will look fot the tutorial. Thanks!

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    WOW :!: :!: :!: CHEERY,good job

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    Thanks Bettyp, I am in the middle of making a double on point version for my son now..... :D

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    How beautiful, love your colors

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    Love it, so cheerful!!! Great job!!!

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    Just over a week,wow! I love it

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    So a crumb quilt block is the same as a crazy quilt block?

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    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nolee
    So a crumb quilt block is the same as a crazy quilt block?
    Yes, you use up all your little itsy bitsy pieces of fabric up!

    Here's the tutorial I did after completing this:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-6951-1.htm

    Have fun!

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    That is one terrific quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conartist1945
    That is one terrific quilt!
    Thanks! Not long after I went on to make a king size on point for my son and girlfriend! Here's a link!

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-12348-1.htm


    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-13771-1.htm

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    Fantastic!!!

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    Great job!!!!

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    Great job! Happy for you to have completed it. Makes me want to finish mine.

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    Very pretty! Love the colors, this is my kind of quilt! :)

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    That's what I was thinking....a crumb quilt is just another name for a crazy quilt.

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    Thats the best of british weather ,you get to stay indoors to sew . love the quilt . best wishes from Cambs.

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Beautiful, love the colors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rona thickpenny
    Thats the best of british weather ,you get to stay indoors to sew . love the quilt . best wishes from Cambs.
    thanks Rona...but this quilt was actually made 3 years ago while we were living over in sunny Spain LOL!!!! BUT I do agree about typical English weather giving more opportunity to sew indoors :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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