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Thread: Quilt by Jan

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    Reversable quilt

    Reversable quilt
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    the other side

    the other side and my assistant
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    both sides

    both sides
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    OMG it's beautiful, it must have taken you a long time to practicaly make two quilts. You are awesome, I like the dark side. Great job :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Doubly beautiful! Is it a quilt as you go?

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    What a neat idea. reversible. GREAT JOB!!!!

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    You did a wonderful job!! Love your little quilt tester. :D

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    Awesome!!! That is so cool, Love it!!

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    Twice the work but more than twice the effect, super Janstar!! :D

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    Thanks everyone! Yes it was a quilt as you go bj. It was quite an experience. A quilting pal talked me into putting the checkered strip in the border. I didn't want to cause I was tired of it, but I'm glad I did now.

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    That is simply beautiful. Quilt as you go as well, beautiful job

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    That's a wowser for the bowser too, huh? Really great job. I bet it was an experience. I've always wanted to try a quilt as you go.

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    Your reversible quilts are beautiful. Love your fabrics. Is this the Cotton Theory pattern?

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    Beautiful!!!! You did a great job on both sides!

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    Just beautiful! Love both sides.

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    Very pretty and pet approved too!

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    Blue Bell, I don't think so but maybe. A lady at our RV park in Yuma taught me how and I really don't know anything about the origin of the pattern. Sorry. Thank you by the way! Jan

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    Two beautiful quilts in one! So pretty! Your pup looks pretty proud too!

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    Aren't you the clever girl!!!!

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    I love this. It must have taken a long time to make this quilt. Yellow side is my favorite!

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    Great job! How did you manage to get the bindings lined up perfectly?

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    Wow! Just AWESOME!

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    Really neat!!

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    Moonpi, You sew strips of fabric that are different widths on a square of batting. When you finish all the blocks you square them up to the size you want, so they fit together very nicely. There's a whole bunch of other stuff to do too. It was several years ago that I did it. Hope I helped a little. Jan

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    Great work - I would be hard pressed to pick my favorite side. Love them both - thanks for sharing.

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