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Thread: My Second Quilt-Bear Trails

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Tails
    You did an awesome job, it's beautiful!!! I have 2 fun & done patterns on the way, I hope they aren't hard :)
    No, they are not hard. My difficulty with making it was due to my wrist that was broken a few years back. It makes it difficult to hold the ruler and press down hard enough on the rotary cutter. It slips. And of course the cutting has to be precise as well as the seam allowance in order for it to all match up correctly. I am still learning. But it is nice to not have to worry about the quilting once it is all together. However, I am looking forward to the challenge.

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    was this hard to do

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    It came out really nice. Love the colors

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    I sure love that quilt! You did a beautiful job on it.

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    No, iMundy, it was not hard to do. As long as you cut accurately and sew accurate seams, all will come out well. My problem is that my wrist was broken to pieces years back, and is not strong to cut well. My ruler slips. (It's a me problem, not a problem with the pattern.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieMeg
    No, iMundy, it was not hard to do. As long as you cut accurately and sew accurate seams, all will come out well. My problem is that my wrist was broken to pieces years back, and is not strong to cut well. My ruler slips. (It's a me problem, not a problem with the pattern.)
    That's where your DH can come in handy! Nudge him to helping out, so he can see many more of your great projects, turn into reality!!! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieMeg
    No, iMundy, it was not hard to do. As long as you cut accurately and sew accurate seams, all will come out well. My problem is that my wrist was broken to pieces years back, and is not strong to cut well. My ruler slips. (It's a me problem, not a problem with the pattern.)
    That's where your DH can come in handy! Nudge him to helping out, so he can see many more of your great projects, turn into reality!!! :)
    Laughing. I've already tried that...didn't work.

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    You did a nice job on this quilt. I am really interested in knowing what the pattern is. Would you please let us know what it is? Thanks.
    Pamibear :)

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    It is!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!just beautiful. really love the colors and you did a great job.

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    I did a Fun and Done pattern that wasn't fun for me and I was glad I finally got it done.
    I really like the pattern you used
    I am giving a scrappy Fun and Done a chance. I have to admit I would have saved myself some headaches if I had read the directions more carefully.

    Very cool "guy" quilt.

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    Great quilt and looks nice on your couch.

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    I love this pattern and your color choices. Nice job and a great "guy" quilt!

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    Very nice quilt and I like the pattern. Very nice job on making the quilt and quilting. You have many more in your future

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    That's fantastic for being only your second quilt! Keep up the GREAT work. I really like the design.

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    I love the pattern,and the colours,the quilt is so very beautiful.

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    That is great, I really like the pattern. Where did you find it, or did you make it up?

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    That's a keeper, it is beatiful design and color choices!

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    You did a really great job. Love it.

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    Gorgeous. You did a great job.

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    Really nice. Your husband has a good eye for color!

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    Maybe we should all be under pressure :lol: Your quilt is beautiful! Great job.

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    That's beautiful.

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    very nicely done. Great colors for a male and they also go with just about everything Sometimes we need to pat ourselves on the should, remember what we have learned and be proud we can do it at all
    I really like you quilt

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    I love your quilt. It is just gorgeous. Thanks for putting the name in here.

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    I don't work well under pressure!

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