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Thread: Quilt on Point

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    Junior Member Chilly Mac's Avatar
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    This is a quilt I just finished on point using a fusible grid. You fuse the blocks to the grid and sew all the seams after. It was a different way of doing a simple pattern.
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    That is just beautiful, never tried that process but I'll bet it is fun to do!

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    Very, very nice :-P

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    i like it!

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    Beautiful quilt!!! Love the rich colors!

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    It is very pretty!

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    That's so pretty. You did a great job!

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    Wow, another new way to do a beautiful quilt. That's very beautiful, Chilly Mac.

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    I like the colors and it is very precise!

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    Hi, do you have a link to this fusible grid system you're talking about? It came out great!

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    Yes, I'm interested in the fusible grid idea as well.
    Regardless, your finished quilt is beautiful!--Love all the colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candace
    Hi, do you have a link to this fusible grid system you're talking about? It came out great!
    I first saw the pattern in the March 2008 McCall's Quick Quilt magazine but the designer has a website with a video showing the technique. The designer is Crooked Nickel Quilt Designs and the website is: http://www.crookednickel.com/

    Thanks for your comments.

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    Very nice.

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    Very nicely done! Love your colors and fabs you used! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Beautiful!! I have a lone star quilt to do on fusible -- some day :roll:

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    Cool quilt and cool project.

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    I have never tried anything on point. I watched the video on the link and ordered two patterns TYVM

    Margie

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    pretty

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    That's sure a neat way to get perfect intersections. I have a piece of fusible grid that I have never used but now your beautiful quilt makes me want to try. Did is make your quilt seem stiff? Thanks for sharing. Cuppi

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    What a great idea! I love your quilt, it's beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuppi duke
    That's sure a neat way to get perfect intersections. I have a piece of fusible grid that I have never used but now your beautiful quilt makes me want to try. Did is make your quilt seem stiff? Thanks for sharing. Cuppi
    I thought it would but the more I worked with it when I quilted it the less stiff it got. I'm not sure what will happen when I wash it. I forgot to mention that all the larger squares came from a couple of charm packs - 5 inch squares. It's a great way to showcase a fabric collection.

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    nice job, nice colors, congratulation

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    Love the design and love your colors too.

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    I bought some of that at the Houston quilt show, but haven't tried it yet. Yours came out very nice.
    I didn't buy a pattern, just the fusible.

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    Nice quilt. I'm going to have a look at that website.

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