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Thread: My next project

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    Senior Member cminor's Avatar
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    I think this will take me quite a while. I got a Joannes gift card for Christmas and got the Quilt Design Wizard. Fun!!
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    Looks like you're planning to have lots of fun!

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    Great. Love it.

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    I love the colors!!

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    Wow that is great...I will have to seriously consider the Quilt Design Wizard for myself. Can't wait to see your finished quilt.

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    Love your block choices.
    What size will the blocks be?

    Blessings,
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    It will be beautiful when you finish it.

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    The fun part, each block is different-no boredom.

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    I am shooting for 12 inch blocks. I got the first one all cut - then realized I printed instructions for a 6x6 block. Grrr. . so I had to recut.

    Here is the first one. 1 down 29 to go! :)
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    Love the colours, beautiful quilt.

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    Wow!

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    That is going to be a wonderful quilt. Have fun making it and share it with us.

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    That's going to be a beautiful quilt! Please post pics when it's done.

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    thats awesome and quilt design wizard...sounds like something I NEED

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    I really like it! That is going to be such a cool quilt!

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    very pretty colors and fabric, along with your layout. Keep us updated along the way...will be great to see your progress.

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    How did you get a picture of your quilt on the board? I copied a picture of the one I wanted to show and I couldn't seem to send it. I have a question to ask everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrendaK
    How did you get a picture of your quilt on the board? I copied a picture of the one I wanted to show and I couldn't seem to send it. I have a question to ask everyone.
    I did a control/print screen and pasted it into Paint. Then I cut out the just the quilt in paint and copied then pasted it to a new file in paint. From there I saved it on my desktop. Kind of a pain :)

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    I love sampler quilts. Will you use scraps? So excited for you. Or stick with the same colors that are in the first patch.

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    Thank You. Don't know if I will try all that, but I do thank you for the response.

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    You will have a lot of fun with this program! Love your first block and your quilt design :D:D:D

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    Here are a couple more.
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    Very pretty quilt blocks. Keep the pictures coming as you progress.

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    2 more done - lets see if I can keep up this pace this weekend! :)
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    Here are a few more. . .
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