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Thread: Puzzle quilt top finished!

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    love your colors nice job

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltlady
    What size are your blocks? Looks like a great way to use up fabric. Great job love it.
    They finish at 8" x 8". I think in the Excel/JPG files I highlight the boundaries of the block, so it's easy to see who goes with what

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathymarie
    Great quilt...you should do a tutorial on how to use Excel for this...I wouldn't have thought to do that....very nice!
    That's a good idea. I love using Excel and Paint to design. So much more free than some of the other programs :D :D

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    Love your quilt ... I've never seen that pattern before. I love that you designed it in excel. Perfect!

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    What a great looking quilt :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Ok, I love this and have to ask... what size is your quilt finished? I may just have to copy your design. My mother LOVES puzzles!

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    Very cute love the colors. How creative you are. Marilyn

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    Thank-you for sharing a bright happy quilt. It makes me smile when I look at it. I especially appreciate that you shared your pattern with us. This is definately a quilt that I would like to make.

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    love it.

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    I love your quilt...This pattern will be my next project

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    Great job, I love it.

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    I really like this. The tutorial on how to make a pattern in Excel is really cool too.

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    Love it

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    Everyone else has said it,"LOVE IT!"

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    Just love the "last piece".

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    I love this quilt..Its looks so cute having the piece off in the border!

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    Ohhhh boyyyy!!! I love this pattern!!! I have 2 great neices that would love this....I can even turn it into an I SPY!!!!

    Thank you for the pattern!!

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    I made the puzzle quilt also - all in batiks, except I made a few blocks solid black. I named it "Life. Always a Few Missing Pieces." But I sure wish I would have thought of the piece in the border! Very clever.

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    I love the extra puzzle piece - that's awesome!!! :lol: :thumbup:

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    I love it! What a great choice of colors!

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    I LOVE this. I love how you put the piece outside in the border too. What a great quilt!

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    Soooo cool! Love it!

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    That is Great!!! I LOVE the colors. I don't have Excel, but I'm going to try to strip piece it for the "abused" kids. They would love it. Hope you don"t mid me doing that, trying to get some ideas of something they would like. :lol: If you do, just pm me.

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    ok i know that this may seem really dumb but how did you sew it together? I would love to make one if i could figure it out.

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    Fantastic Job!

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