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Thread: Newest Project Linus Quilt

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    Super Member DianneK's Avatar
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    the center Dresden plate was made using the 10 degree ruler that everyone is using for the Spicy Spiral table runner. It took 36 wedges, and has a 6 inch center. I did not stitch down the points...something for a child to play with.
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    really cute and I like the idea of leaving the points loose.

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    WOW-what a treasure for a child in crisis! Beautiful!

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    I like your quilting.

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    What a gorgeous quilt!! Nice job.

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    LOVE it. Great quilting, too.

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting. This will make some child very happy!

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    I love it

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    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Very pretty.

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    Beautiful!

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    Beautiful

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    Cute quilt! Neat to leave the points for a child to touch~

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    Sew cute!

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    love it! I love blowing up a block really large for a center of a PL quilt ~ I'm starting to do that for NICU, too, it makes an interesting simple quilt for a child with the right fabrics :)

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    Cute

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    Very cute! I like that you didn't sew down the points. At first, I thought you had added prairie points, but then thought that wouldn't make sense with this pattern. Nice job!

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    Absolutely beautiful. What a treasure for some young person. Kudos. Thank you for sharing.

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