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Thread: Pastel mini's

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    The blue one is an all time favorite and sew easy

    Pinks and blues 1" 4 patches
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    Just to say I could 9 patches measure 3/4" finished
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    wow. That is so incredible.

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    great work!

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    You do wonderful work. You have WAY more patience than I do!

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    beautiful!

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    Great work. I like the color combo in the first one....the blue border one. You have a lot of patience.

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    Wow, I would never be able to work that small, you are very talented

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    Goodness, how beautiful! What patience you have. Make more!

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    oh my gosh. you are so talented :-D

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    Wow -- those are just beautiful! I think I'd go blind working on something that small :D

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    Those are so sweet...but I don't think they would keep me warm!!hahaha...Seriously...good job!!

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    double post

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    Thanks for the kind words!

    ranger--the blue is my favorite too. What's interesting is the peach one contains scraps of a Robyn Pandolph line--a "coordinated" piece. The blue is just random scraps.

    Ditter43--maybe a handwarmer-but the two together would only warm one hand LOL

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    Excellent!

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    very nice work

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    They are precious but I would pull my hair out working with pieces that small.

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    wow, that's mini

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    Wow -- those are just beautiful! I think I'd go blind working on something that small :D
    I don't think I'd go blind...just cross-eyed for awhile... :lol:

    Those are really cute mini's...love the colors!

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    Great job, G! Bet those granddaughters would love them in the doll buggies! :D :D

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    Aaaahhhhh that is the cutest thing ever!!! Love it!!

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    Aaaahhhhh that is the cutest thing ever!!! Love it!!

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    Wow!!! I can't even imagine sewing such tiny pieces!!
    They're absolutely perfect!! :) :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    Great job, G! Bet those granddaughters would love them in the doll buggies! :D :D
    Thanks, n2
    Oh I had to laugh the other day--the 4 year old looked in the cupboard I have my small quilts in and wondered why I had fabric in there. I think she was hoping to say she could play with them. Some of my older small quilts I've let the girls use for the dollies and guess she just thought she could have more!

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    Again thanks to you all. A word of advice--"STARCH" I have a general rule that I only use scrap fabric that's already cut the dimension I use so have lots of containers with 3/4", 7/8", 1 ", ... widths One learns to see value--not color, ie dark, light and medium and how light to medium can have the same impact as light to dark or medium to dark.
    MollieSue--they are far from perfect, but still a joy to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad
    Again thanks to you all. A word of advice--"STARCH" I have a general rule that I only use scrap fabric that's already cut the dimension I use so have lots of containers with 3/4", 7/8", 1 ", ... widths One learns to see value--not color, ie dark, light and medium and how light to medium can have the same impact as light to dark or medium to dark.
    MollieSue--they are far from perfect, but still a joy to do.
    Thanks, ok, about the tip on "starch." I never would have thought to use it on tiny pieces! I only use it on the great big pieces if I ever do any that size but now will try your tip on my next mini. :D :D 8-)

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