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Thread: My Fiesta version

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    I love it. It is so bright and colorful.

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    Very pretty!

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    WOW. Gorgeous colors!

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    Wow

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    Both sides are beautiful. Love the colors.

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    Oh YES!

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    It's such a happy bright quilt and beautiful.

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    your quilt is beautiful so radiant with color.

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    Beautiful Rina.

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    Ooooo....I LOVE IT...BOTH SIDE!! Batiks make me giddy anyway and I love what you did with it...it's beautiful!!

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    Wow Oh Wow, your quilt is stunning. I love how the pieces flow into one another.

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    It is beautiful.

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    Stunning quilt, it really has the "WOW" factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftiet
    Absolutely beautiful quilt. I had to register just to comment on this. Normally, I just get the news letter and look at everyone's work, but I had to comment on this one.
    Thanks Craftiet, I appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dkm
    I love these quilts, but would never try one. To many pieces. Question though....how many hours have you spent on this?
    DLM, it's difficult to tell. I started the quilt last year February and I finished it this February - so thats a year, BUT, I belong to a quilting group and we work on Tuesdays from 9 - 1. As you can imagine, we don't start directly and we drink tea and we talk... That is the only day I work on my quilt and I was away for 5 weeks! So, it didn't really take so long. I finished another quilt that I made for a grandson and I made a tablerunner for my DIL inbetween as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamara
    Is it hard to do a QAYG ?
    Tamara, personally I think that this is the easiest way of quilting. You don't sit with a whole quilt that you try to squeeze through the opening of the machine! You do it one block at a time. Adding the shashing takes more time, but it is so much easier than doing the whole quilt. I must admit, there is more hand sewing to be done, but I can live with it.

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    Very impressive.

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    this is so, so pretty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rina
    Quote Originally Posted by Tamara
    Is it hard to do a QAYG ?
    Tamara, personally I think that this is the easiest way of quilting. You don't sit with a whole quilt that you try to squeeze through the opening of the machine! You do it one block at a time. Adding the shashing takes more time, but it is so much easier than doing the whole quilt. I must admit, there is more hand sewing to be done, but I can live with it.
    Rina, have you ever tried Deb's method? I did that one and it was easy. Like you say you only work on a small piece at a time. I'm working on the borders now. Inspired by yours.

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    OMG that is so beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy17
    Quote Originally Posted by Rina
    Quote Originally Posted by Tamara
    Is it hard to do a QAYG ?
    Tamara, personally I think that this is the easiest way of quilting. You don't sit with a whole quilt that you try to squeeze through the opening of the machine! You do it one block at a time. Adding the shashing takes more time, but it is so much easier than doing the whole quilt. I must admit, there is more hand sewing to be done, but I can live with it.
    Rina, have you ever tried Deb's method? I did that one and it was easy. Like you say you only work on a small piece at a time. I'm working on the borders now. Inspired by yours.
    Grammy - what is or where can I find Deb's method?

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    OH WOW! Just SPECTACULAR!

    Did you machine quilt it yourself or hand quilt it? Even working as QAYG, it still looks like very difficult quilting!

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    Beautiful quilt - the back as well as the front!

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    OMG! i WOULDN'T KNOW WHICH SIDE TO PUT UP! A REAL BEAUTY!!

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    Beautiful! Love the colors.

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