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Thread: Labyrinth Walk

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    Labyrinth Walk

    made this at our retreat last month.
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    WOW! very very cool. How about a pattern?

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    WOW is right. That' very modern.
    The one who dies with the most fabric wins.

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    very cool! I so want to do that! sorry for all the extra posts. I'm not awake yet ;-)
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    That pattern would be a great masculine looking quilt.
    Sweet Caroline

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    Posting a pattern? Love it!

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    It's in the 2012 April/May issue of Quilt magazine. Also, if you google, you can find it on ebay and there's a kit at a store who's name I don't remember.
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    Beautifully masculine! ( I went to look for my book and can't find it. Drat, hate when that happens.) My brother would love your quilt!!
    Helen T.

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    Wow I love it.

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    All I can say is WOW!!!
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    I absolutely love it. Wow what a striking quilt.

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    Love the quilt. I will be doing that one some day, but first have to move and get settled in new location. Was it easy to do? That is as long as a person does not get confused with the layout.... And yes, I do have that mag and it is high on my to-do list

    Thanks for the post.
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    Just love it. Was it hard to do? Hard long did it take? Going to bookmark this as I would love to try to do something like this. My DGS and DGD would go crazy over this. Thanks for sharing. BrendaK
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    That is totally cool!
    People who start projects and never finish them are cooler
    than people who never start projects at all.


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    Wow! You can just kinda fall right into that one, can't you!!! Beautiful!
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    Wow looking good! And it's quilted as well, good for you!

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    Wow Great job!

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    Would love to make one for my grandson! Great.

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    I put the magazine in my sewing room to do also. It actually looks quite simple to do. Your quilt top looks amazing! I think I may reduce the pattern and make a wall hanging so I can see the whole effect of the pattern. I am saving it as my reward after getting some UFO's done.

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    love it!!! makes me feel like i'll fall off the edge
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    Mind boggling quilt!

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    love this !

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    wow, that is awesome

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    Gorgeous quilt!!! I looks so 3-d. I must look in my magazines for this one.
    Cleodaisy

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    What a great quilt. It is very masculine. I love it !
    Happy Sewing

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