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Thread: printer quilt

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    Super Member colleen53's Avatar
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    did this on the printer,,, so much fun creating this and then doing free motion quilting for things that described this person....loved this for a first try !!
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    Wow Good job!! That is awesome!

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    WOW that is so COOL, how did you do that?

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    i cut my squares from white material and used the printer bubble jet solution to soak and dry according to directions,
    it is then pressed onto special paper to go into the printer.. and it prints it out
    i actually have a program on a disk that makes it into as many squares as you like,
    its a matter of matching your squares up and doing whatever makes you smile.....

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    WOW Colleen! Sounds like a lot of work - but it certainly turned out well. You really are an artist!!! Bet he loves it.

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    How neat! Looks like it was a fun project.

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    That is awesome!!! What a wonderful quilt!!!

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    Coleen, that's fantastic! what is the program called? this is something I just gotta try!

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    excellent job, colleen. the picture came out beautifully.

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    Wow! that looks great! you did a wonderful job!!! :)

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    That is really awesome!! I am so impressed. Neat quilt!

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    Oh I really like it. That's my kind of thing. What is the name of the program you used?

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    the program is from bigpicturequilts.com

    thanks the lucky guy won't let anyone touch it... :-)

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    That is so cool!

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    Oh my.........it's lovely! No wonder he won't let anyone touch!!!

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    How interesting - great job.

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    I'd be careful too! It's great!

    Aw, man! The program is just for PC's not Apple computers! :cry:

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    Super.......wow :D

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    I love it! I noticed your avatar on another post and wondered if it was a quilt or if someone was actually sitting there.

    You did a fantastic job on it!

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    :shock: :shock: That is so cool...you did such a great job...just love it! :D

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    Now, that is something! It looks quite 3D. I'm sure whoever you made it for will be thrilled beyond belief. Very clever and unique.

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    That is the coolest quilt I bet he loves it.

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    Sounds complicated to do, but sure is awesome.

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    wow

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    Great quilt. Thanks for the link, i just couldn't stand not having the program, so I ordered it. I have 13 grandchildren, guess what I'm going to do. Hope mine turn out as nice as yours did.

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