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Thread: My Mariners Compass

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    That is a pretty piece, I like your fabics.

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    so pretty, I really like your colors!

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    Did you have trouble fitting the round piece into the square? It looks difficult to me. And very pretty....good job!

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    Oh I love those crisp points! Nice work.

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    LOVELY!!

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    Had no trouble fitting the round piece into the square. It's 2 pieces and the pattern for it comes with the pattern. That's part of the perfect 1/4" seams that comes into the pattern fitting together so easy. And that is what also gave me the perfect points. An easy fun pattern. Just go to Phillipps site and see how easy it is. I have a couple of their other patterns I am going to do. I love their patterns. It' a challenge to me to be able to do them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by busygranny
    Here is my mariners compass. Was really very easy. Don't be afraid to tackle it. It was fun to make.
    They always looked hard to me. Yours is beautiful. Who knows, with your encouragement I just may decide to give it a try.

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    Beautiful Quilt & Love the colors. Thanks for sharing!

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    Busy, this is beautiful!! Nice piece of work, thanks for shareing.

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    WOW very nice...

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    Great job and I love your fabrics choices. Beautiful!

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    Beautiful! The MC is on my list of wanting to make.

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    Very, very pretty, I think I am going to have to try this one.I love the colors you chose for yours.

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    Nicely done! You do great workmanship, and great colors too!

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    Looks good, nice colors

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    Good Job! your points are perfect

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    Captive for sure, your colors are beautiful, your block is wonderful.

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    Stunning!! I bought (at a quilt show) the book "WedgeWorks II". It's a 3-D Mariner's Compass. I got the book out just the other day and have been contemplating if I should tackle it or not (I bought the book when I was very naive).

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    NICE!!!! I did a version of such using Carol Doak's paper piecing techniques... was not as scary as I thought, either!

    Your's is lovely and a great choice of colors!

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    oh wow - stunning!!

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    Awesome. Love your fabric choices!

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    Wow, very pretty. Never made one. Still not sure if I want to
    tackle it or not.

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    Awesome! love the printed fabric.

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    It is wonderful! I was going to try and make something like that for my bed. I live on a lake and I wanted to make mine in diffrent blues, but we found out Mom has colon cancer a few months ago and I will hold off because I don't know when we will be moving back to Lafayette.

    After looking at yours, I still have hope that one day I will get one finished! Thank you for sharing! I love it!

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    great colors.

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