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Thread: Labyrinth....another church raffle quilt

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    It's a beauty! I love that pattern. Thanks for posting.

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    lovely quilt!

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    I would love to do one like that - some day! It's very pretty.

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    Wow! Whoever wins this will be lucky!

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    Love your color choices. It complements the pattern. You should rake in the $$$ with this one. Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing.
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    Wow! That is a gorgeous quilt!

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    I bought this pattern awhile back and just can't figure out my color scheme! I want to do something different, like a multicolor batik for the background or something like that.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by labtechkty View Post
    Your quilt is beautiful.. I have the material and pattern but am afraid to start..everyone says its an easy one to do but I don't know...wish there was a tutorial...
    If you already have the pattern and fabric, you should go ahead with it. It is mostly all 5 1/2" squares. As I mentioned earlier, if you follow the DIRECTION of MARKING your HST piles, you will have NO problem putting it together. It didn't take me long to put it together at all. Good Luck and will look forward to YOUR post. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maureen View Post
    Beautiful, can I buy a ticket?
    Sorry, there is already a winner and she is a happy recipient. Thanks.

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    Someone will be very excited to win this gorgeous quilt! Good job!

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    wow i couldnt give it up.. i love it... simply gorgeous

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    Very nice. Lovely.

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    What a beautiful quilt!

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    What a gorgeous quilt!
    And how sweet of you to make one annually! I hope everyone appreciates all your loving time spent making them, and they probably do.

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    Love that pattern. I made a twin extra long for my extra long son in law for his man cave. Will give it to him for xmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharin'Sharon View Post
    Wendys Quilts: It ISN'T a difficult pattern at all and it goes together in a timely manner. It's mostly 5 1/2 inch squares. If you follow the direction of MARKING your HST combinations, it goes together easily. Note that the queen 90x110 pattern does not have that light (background) frame on the sides; and to me, it made the design look incomplete, so I purchased an extra 1 1/2 yds of the Background fabric and added the two-5 1/2" strips (with the HST points of the diamond) to each side, making it square and then eliminated the 10" outer border, making the quilt 90x90. I recommend you go ahead. You will see how simple it is.
    I have the pattern as well...thought the same thing as Wendys Quilts...but I quess I will have to dive in and do it....
    Kitty

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    Beautiful and like Grandma Bonnie said, I'm sure it will bring in lots of money. Great job.

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    I've got that pattern!!! Thanks for the inspiration!!
    It looks great!!!

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