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Thread: JUDY MATHIESON'S MARINIER'S COMPASS

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    Wow! What a beauty! This is incredibly striking. Well worth all the time it took you.

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    Absolutely beautiful!!!!

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    This is simply outstanding!

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    WOW!!! I love the way you used the yellow in this quilt!
    Stunning, absolutely stunning :D:D:D

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    Beautiful, Wonderful, Incredible, I love it. :thumbup:

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    Very striking, great colours.

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    Don't you just love Judy Mathieson & her quilts? Someone recently posted a link to a slide show of her quilts. She is the featured guest on The Quilt Show.

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    WOW! I really like how your quilt looks and great color combo.

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    Congratulations on a truly beautiful work of art. Fabulous colors and impressive precision!

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    Beautiful! Lovely colors, and great workmanship! Thanks for sharing!

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    Lovely job. Alex Anderson and Ricky Tims' "The Quilt Show" just recently had an episode featuring Judy's quilts.

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    You seem to use a rather furry, fluffy sort of lining for your quilts...

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    [quote=jitkaau]You seem to use a rather furry, fluffy sort of lining for your quilts...

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    Inny, which of her books did you use? your wall hanging is awesome!!!i think i'd like to try one, molly [email protected]

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    OMG How STUNNING!

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    That is breath taking.

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    I used just normal Warm and Natural for the batting. Nothing "puffy"

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    Inny, which of her books did you use? your wall hanging is awesome!!!i think i'd like to try one, molly [email protected]

    I used Judy Mathieson's Mariner's Compass Quilts ... Setting a New Course". Page 30 was my inspiration. The inner circle was taken from the pattern sheet at the back of the book (it was the one for page 84 ... top left side of the page... Pattern 11). The remainder of the pattern was Pattern #9 18-Point Cartwheel Costa Rica Star (30" diameter on page 80. The quilting was done simular to the quilting in the picture on page 80. The borders where just 1 3/8" half square triangles (one turned one way and the other turned the otherway). The final measurement of the wall hanging is 44" square..

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    Outstanding quilt beautifully made.

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    Beautiful!

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    Can you tell me the name of the book this pattern is in. Your quilt is beautiful beyond words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzvegas
    Can you tell me the name of the book this pattern is in. Your quilt is beautiful beyond words.
    Thank you for the compliment. I combined a couple of patterns from Judy Mathieson "Mariner's Compas Setting a New Course Quilts". Page 30 was my inspiration. I used the 18 Point Cartwhell Costa Rica Star (Pattern #9) on page 80. Then for the very center I used only the round center circle of the 16 Point Oval star with the round center on page 83 (pattern 11). For the Flying Geese I used (in the back of the book .... where the tear out patterns are located) the Flying Geese Option for Pattern #9). The outside borders are just HST rotated in different directions. There was no pattern for that ... I just tried "fudging" until I got the right size HST. Hope this helps .... Good luck

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    Lynda,

    Your quilt is lovely!

    Don't you just love her quilts? My avatar is the same quilt with a different twist on it.

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    Love, love, love it....

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    Gorgeous! Love it!

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