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Thread: My Creation of Windy Day by Judy Niemeyer

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    My Creation of Windy Day by Judy Niemeyer

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Size:  994.1 KBThis past week, I took a 3 day class at my local quilt shop, and we learned her paper piecing technique. This is 1/3 of what will be the complete quilt. The next two pieces will complete the “wave” with the flying geese. I’m trying to keep at it now that I’m home so that I don’t forget what I learned! I will post a picture when I see them all together.

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    looks good so far
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    Be sure to post when it's done. You're on a roll so keep going while it's still fresh. Good choice of color.

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    Great start. That will be a very pretty quilt when done. Once you learn Judy's techniques you can do any of her patterns.
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    Fine start and I can’t wait to see it finished!

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    Off to a good start, it will be beautiful.
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    Looks great so far! Your points look perfect-I always have trouble with them.

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    Looking great!
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    Beautiful colors. Look forward to seeing the finished quilt. BrendaK
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    Love your colors! I will be anxious to see the finish. JN patterns are a challenge to rise to. This is one that I have not seen before.

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    Oh wow! That's gorgeous.
    I agree it's a good idea to keep going to keep those ideas fresh from your class. Can't wait to see it progress!

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    Colors are refreshing and keep us posted on your progress. YAY! So far...you're smart to keep it going while you have the instruction fresh in your mind.
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    Vibrant and beautiful colors! Yes, it's a good idea to keep at it. I am usually sorry when I put a project down for too long and have to strain my brain to remember what I was doing.

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    Your points are perfect. I look forward to seeing your next post on this quilt.

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    Great start. I love your color choices.
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