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    latest quilt top

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    Cookie from Manitoba winter cold so make quilt tops spring can sit out and stitch to hearts content.
    Per quilters request to show/tell my latest project.
    Apple core 10" from Missouri quilt company..
    Name:  Snapshot_20150302.JPG
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    2nd attempt at quilt photo

    quilt top to match apple core ruler..Name:  Snapshot_20150305.JPG
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    It looks like you have a screen capture picture taken with the computer's camera.....great idea. I've been thinking of trying this myself.
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    Wow, with that huge size, a quilt could come together quickly.
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    Wow, 10 inch apple core. Cool!!!

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    Thank you for posting a photo cookiemonster. That's a BIG apple core template. Your curved seams look great!

    I wonder what it would look like if you cut the cores from "created fabric" (strings and tidbits) or crumbs? Sorry, I tend to be a scrap quilter and my mind is always looking for new ideas.

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    That is so nice and it went together quickly. Good job

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    Neat idea!wow

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    Quote Originally Posted by playswithcolor View Post
    Thank you for posting a photo cookiemonster. That's a BIG apple core template. Your curved seams look great!

    I wonder what it would look like if you cut the cores from "created fabric" (strings and tidbits) or crumbs? Sorry, I tend to be a scrap quilter and my mind is always looking for new ideas.
    Might be tough sewing together with all those odd seams....but a large tumbler outlined in gray/black made from crumbs would be eye catching!

    ....I like that large apple core template

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    very nice!!!
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    nicely done

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    Large Apple Core, I wonder what size the whole apple was? Nice quilt. is it made with fleece?
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    That is big....

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