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Thread: Results from my BOM blocks . . .

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    Beautiful spring/summer quilt. You did a great job.

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    awesome

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    Very cool, love your layout!

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    It's Wonderful!

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    Beautiful and very cheerful.

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    Just gorgeous! Love your fabrics. You did an excellent job!
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    What a great quilt! I love your juicy colors, the blocks, the fun setting - adorable! And you cut out the flowers with your Cricut paper cutter? How did it cut fabric??

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    Quote Originally Posted by doowopddbop
    What a great quilt! I love your juicy colors, the blocks, the fun setting - adorable! And you cut out the flowers with your Cricut paper cutter? How did it cut fabric??
    just like paper :) you need to use a new blade and mat, but it works beautifully if the design isn't too intricate!

    oh, and you need to use Heat 'n Bond (Lite if you're going to sew on, regular if you're just going to iron on) on the back of the fabric. remove the paper before cutting.

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    Absolutely gorgeous! :D Love the design and color combo!

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    Beautiful work! Thanks for sharing...

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    What a clever way to use those blocks!

    Love the colors, too.

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    Very pretty!!! I love the applique you added, it is the perfect accent :D:D:D

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    Oooo, great job and I love the setting of the blocks! :thumbup:

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    Loving it :thumbup: :thumbup: What a clever way to use BOMs
    So inviting, I can see sitting in a swing, reading a book with this lying gently over my legs :D

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    Perfect with the white wicker furniture. Great work.

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    That came out great!!! Love your colors, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janetlmt
    what a beauty..I love it..the colors are so bright and cheery..very nicely made.
    I totally agree!!! Wonderful!

    Ditter

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    Gasp! Really gorgeous!
    I love it!

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    What a pretty summer quilt. Thanks for the pics

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    Ohhhh! So pretty! I love it. I noticed you used your circut to cut the flowers. Do you like that? I've been looking at that and then maybe the accuquilt go...just haven't decided if it's really what I 'need' or want! Absolutely LOVE your quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNUGQUILT
    Ohhhh! So pretty! I love it. I noticed you used your circut to cut the flowers. Do you like that? I've been looking at that and then maybe the accuquilt go...just haven't decided if it's really what I 'need' or want! Absolutely LOVE your quilt!
    thank you!

    i've cut fabric a few times with my cricut. i scrapbook, too (or used to) and i have the red sizzix, which is a miniature, it seems, to the accuquilt cutter. both have their pros and cons. for my purposes, the accuquilt would be too limiting because, as i understand it, the dies only come in a predetermined size. with the cricut, you can size objects to suit your needs. but . . . to get the most out of the cricut and fabric projects, you'd also need to use the softwares that are available like make-the-cut or sure-cuts-a-lot, in addition to the designs available on the cartridges.

    some really good prices on cricut machines these days. i would recommend you not even bother with the smaller one (the 'personal' or 'create') and go straight for the expression (larger cutting area).

    probably more information than you wanted :)

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    I love it! Love the colors..

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    Perfectly cheerful!

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    Does the Cricut cut fabric? Do you have to have a special blade.

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    Yes! It does. Just use the regular blade. Some other info a few posts up in this thread.

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