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Thread: My first pieced quilt top....

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    Very nice quilt. Mine first one sure didn't look that good!

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    Beautiful quilt....

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    great job -- beautiful quilt!

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    Jojo from canada
    I made a fence rail quilt this week with six different colors, I sewed the six pieces together but had a real problem with them lot laying straight what did I do wrong

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    Your quilt is beautiful and looks way nicer than mine....

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    Beautiful quilt. Glad you stuck with it.

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    Standing Ovation!!! :-D

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    You did a great job!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Very, very nice! Love the colors you use. Looks like those "blood, sweat and tears" were worth it!

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    Nice!

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    Yea!! One of my favorite patterns. It's lovely.

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    You did a great job and it looks right at home with that headboard. Enjoy!

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    thank you all so much for all the encouragement. I do consider you all good friends.

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    Great colors and a beautiful quilt.

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    Very pretty.

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    Congratulations. It looks great

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    WHAT AN AWESOME QUILT. A GREAT JOB WELL DONE:)

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    what a beautiful blanket keep up the great work
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    Congratulations. You did a great job and look forward to seeing more.

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    I am making a quilt with this same pattern except my medium value strips are two diffent prints. The horizontal are one and the vertical are another. The light value strips and the dark value strips are all the same. I know from experience that both the cutting and the seam allowances have to be exact or they won't fit together. Any little error gets multiplied when you are assembling it. Mine is red and white.

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    I must agree with the crowd. You picked excellent colors and made a beautiful quilt top.

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    Great, looks good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granny Coy
    I am making a quilt with this same pattern except my medium value strips are two diffent prints. The horizontal are one and the vertical are another. The light value strips and the dark value strips are all the same. I know from experience that both the cutting and the seam allowances have to be exact or they won't fit together. Any little error gets multiplied when you are assembling it. Mine is red and white.
    Please be sure and post a picture. would love to see it in different colors.

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    Don't hold your breath waiting for a picture. I am still in the strip cutting and testing stage. Maybe I could post a 4 block set when I finally get the width of the three strips to match the length exactly. I couldn't use the dimensions in the pattern because I wanted to use fabric I had already cut into squares for another quilt top I did. That one is in the sandwich stage. Also red and white of course since I am using the same fabric,.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granny Coy
    Don't hold your breath waiting for a picture. I am still in the strip cutting and testing stage. Maybe I could post a 4 block set when I finally get the width of the three strips to match the length exactly. I couldn't use the dimensions in the pattern because I wanted to use fabric I had already cut into squares for another quilt top I did. That one is in the sandwich stage. Also red and white of course since I am using the same fabric,.
    that would be fine... :-D

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