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Thread: Quilt tops pieced this weekend

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    Quilt tops pieced this weekend

    These are the quilt tops I pieced this weekend. We got snowed in and had a wonderful time.
    The Blue Batik Tile quilt would not load. I'll try it later.
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    Beautiful..

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    Very very nice !!!
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    Very nice variety. What size are the plaid squares?
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    looks like quilters love to be snowed in.....Just look at all of your luscious tops

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    Nice looking tops--you were one busy lady!
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    They do look like you had fun.
    Home is where the heart is, and a few scrappy quilts.

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    WOW!! I am so impressed that you pieced all three in one weekend You are amazing!!!! Usually scrappy quilts are my favorites...but I really like your Black and White top. Makes me want to do one of those.
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    all very nice, love the black and white one

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    Good heavens, you got all that done in a weekend? Even with an IV and catheter, I couldn't get that much done. Wonderful work.

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    Beautiful quilts. Sometimes wish we had lots of snow then I could get creating!

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    Wow you had a ver productive and successful weekend!

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    Those homespun squares are 3 3/4". Don't know why I decided on that size, but it is what it is

    Quote Originally Posted by Jo M View Post
    Very nice variety. What size are the plaid squares?
    Last edited by misscarol; 01-23-2012 at 02:59 PM.

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    I love being able to sew the whole weekend! It really makes me happpy.

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    Someone was very very busy

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    Very nice and you must have worked day and night to get this all done on one weekend. Great job.

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    Very pretty. I like the black and white tumbler quilt.

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    Glad you still had electricity to work on these tops. I think it is amazing that you were able to do that many. Great job as they are very nice looking.
    Lisa

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    Wow! You had a very productive fun weekend!!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    Very productive weekend. I like the use of the black in the first quilt, looks good.
    Live and let live!

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    those are all beautiful quilts. it's so nice to have a project, or several, when snowed in
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    Very Nice
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    wow you did great I love them all.
    Kacy from OK

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    You had a great weekend ! Wish we had a snow weekend here once in awhile! Especially if it means quilting all weekend!

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    Love them, that is one good thing about being snowed in!!

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