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Thread: Mosaic Flood by Joyce Robinson

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    You have alot of patience! But I love the finished quilt!
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    That quilt is a marvelous achievement! I would never tire of looking at it. Thanks for sharing.

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    ditto what Pam S said!!!!

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    Just, wow! You are one diligent and dedicated quilter to put all these tiny square together.

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    Turned out beautifully. You have lots more patience than I have.
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    Awesome! love it!
    SEW MUCH FUN!

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    OMG that is a lot of little squares! It is lovely.

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    An amazing quilt.

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    Wow. That is a lot of scraps

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    Great use of little squares.
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    Amazing quilt and amazing patience. Very nicely done.

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    Quite the accomplishment! Kudos!
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    I love it! It is a great quilt! Did you start with 4 patches? Nine patches? Strips sets?
    Alyce

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    Insanely tiny squares. I love it. Not sure I would have the patience to do this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitchnripper View Post
    I love it! It is a great quilt! Did you start with 4 patches? Nine patches? Strips sets?
    Some strip sets, some that had been cut from leftovers in previous projects, but mostly strip sets.

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    Lovely and quite an accomplishment.

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    I love the way these squares flow, making waves through the quilt. Did you start by piecing long strings of your 1.5" squares, and then sew the strings together offsetting the seams? I like how the look is completely different than if you had sewn a bunch of 4-patches together. Really beautiful. The turquoise gives a nice touch too.

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    Awesome. I can see browns, greens, Greys, and whites. You have the Mosaic Flood down good. It has a lot of movement in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    I love the way these squares flow, making waves through the quilt. Did you start by piecing long strings of your 1.5" squares, and then sew the strings together offsetting the seams? I like how the look is completely different than if you had sewn a bunch of 4-patches together. Really beautiful. The turquoise gives a nice touch too.
    Yes. I did use a lot of starch, too.

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