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Thread: Recent Finish - Finally got it on my bed today. 108" x 108"

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    Recent Finish - Finally got it on my bed today. 108" x 108"

    Faux drunkard's path. Applique circle to square and cut into 4 blocks. Great way to use up scraps and the GO was a lifesaver with the circles.
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    Beautiful quilt and quilting! Great job!

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    Very pretty.......love the quilting design you chose.
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    Beautiful! I love scrappy!

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    The quilting design is a paisley and done by my LA friend in S. Ga. Doing the quilting part is something that I am not good at and especially one this size.

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    Great quilt and quilting! Love scrappies.

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    Great Drunkard's Path!

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    very pretty!!!
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    Love scrappy quilts, very pretty.
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    Love the scrappy look with a pop of bright colors. Nicely done.
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    Beautiful scrap quilt. That's an interesting technique, too.

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    It still looks like a lot of work! It's beautiful!

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    That sounds a bit like cheating. I like it.

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    It looks great! That sure would be a good way to cut through the scrap bins.

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    Great quilt and quilting.

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    Another gorgeous scrappy. The quilt inspectors look very pleased with the result.

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    Beautiful quilt and what a feeling of accomplishment!

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    It is really beautiful. I love it. Wish I could make one just haven't tried yet. Just made pillows and then a wallhanging christmas last year.

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    Very pretty.
    Retired teacher, loving it.
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    Beautiful quilt. Love how colorful it is. Also like the quilt inspectors.

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    Love it. It looks really nice.

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    That came out beautiful. Sounds like an interesting technique for those of us who don't like sewing curves.

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    It's beautiful!

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    Great color usage. Obviously your quilt inspectors approve too.

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    You said you appliqued the circle to a square and cut into 4ths. Smart idea! I see your 2 fabric inspectors are enjoying your quilt,too!

    When you pieced the blocks, having the 2 layers of fabric : circle + background, Did you use the same 1/4" seam allowance? I didn't know if you found extra bulk from the 2 layers and used a wider seam allowance. Thank you!

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