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    Labyrinth walk started

    Inspired by the board, Ive gotten started on mine. While not the hardest pattern Ive attempted, it certainly does require attention to detail. My first block was unsewn several times! Here are my Walls of Jericho finished
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    Wow that looks like so much work - but coming along nicely. Can't wait to see it finished.

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    looking good
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    very nice quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    I think you are doing a great job.

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    Wonderful start on the quilt. I think picking the fabric is half the battle, and yours is working really well.

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    Nice start!

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    Off to a good start.

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    Its looking good! Mine is still at the dreaming stage. May I come and sit on your beautiful porch?

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    Looks good!
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    I have the pattern, I have the material and want to get started, but have several UFOs to complete first. Yours is looking good!

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    looking good ! Can anyone on the board tell me how to quilt the Labyrinth walk quilt?

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    I did mine with a big serpentine stitch and pepple looking circles. I agree that picking the fabric is what makes it pop. Yours looks great. I layed mine out on a bed and looked at it from an angle to keep my perspective. You will get many compliments.
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    Well, I'm impressed! Perfect fabric choice and great start.
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    I love the colors you choose.

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    Great job ... and great courage on your part! May the rest of the journey be as fruitful!
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    Love the fabrics you picked. Good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry99 View Post
    Wow that looks like so much work - but coming along nicely. Can't wait to see it finished.
    I have finished the top, but have a question of those who have done this one. Do you really cut off the two corners? I know that by doing so it completes the illusion of a box, but, really?
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    Looks great!
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