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Thread: Queen Size

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    Here is the top I finished today.
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    You are constantly amazing me with your talent!

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    I'll be by to pick it up as soon as I find your addy! It is great!

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    you better slow down your going to give us a complex. It almost like you do 1 a day

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    Vicky, you must be doing nonstop quilting. Do you sleep?? very nice.

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    rv quilter it's very beautiful. is it all scraps or is it stuff you went and bought just for this paticular quilt...... tia sarah

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    I like it. When will it be done? I have a bed just waiting on it to arrive!
    Nice job! How do you whip them out so fast! Lots of coffeee or cough syryp like Patrice uses :lol:

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    I have been offline for over a week and sure missed you guys!!!!! The quilt was made with scraps and I use coffee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL :D

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    Your quilt is beautiful. I love all the colors and designs all different but they work together like they were meant to be. Keep it up

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    Your Quilt is lovely. I'm particularly fond of scrap quilts, takes me back to Grandma's

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    That's very lovely, RV.
    I think scrap quilts might be my favorite bc they have such variety!
    Coffee keeps me alive, sometimes, I think.

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    Thank you and also it is the same pattern all the way through. You make a block then when you sew them together you turn them one way then the other. :D

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    Nice, I love lots of colors. Now how are you going to quilt it? You sure have a big out put. :D

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    Is this a Wicked Easy Quilt pattern? I just printed out the instructions and am planning to start one this evening. I doubt it will be finished in one day, let alone one week. You must sew at the speed of sound! Love the scrappy color combinations.

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    Yes it is a wicked pattern. It really doesn't take that long once you get the pieces cut. I will probably tie this one as I'm going to use really fat batting. I love big fat quilts. :D

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    What a timely posting. I was, ahem, straightening up my fabric room today :roll: and was side-tracked looking over that pattern. Guess it will go in my yes-I-will-make-it pile. Did you really need a full FQ? Some of mine were cut undersized. :evil:
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    I would dearly love to see this quilt, however my equipment can't pick it up...... is there any other way it can be put on the internet, please?

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    I have got it !!! It must have been slow in coming through.... sorry about that..... Looks lovely.... great idea and not hard either.... I have put that in my memory for a later date.....

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    No you don't need full FQ's. Just use whatever you have. You can put all kinds of fabric together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvquilter
    No you don't need full FQ's. Just use whatever you have. You can put all kinds of fabric together.
    Thanks, you turned my :evil: into a :mrgreen: a-skiping to the fabric room I will go .... after I finish my red, black & white quilt and my red & white toile quilt. :roll: *sigh*
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    Cool :lol:

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    where can I obtain the pattern and material requirements to make a queen size quilt using the Providence pattern. I can only find patterns for one square, which does not tell me how much material to but.

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    That should say "buy" not "but"

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