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Thread: a Ricky Timms convergence quilt

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    a Ricky Timms convergence quilt

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    my 'funky monkey' convergence quilt-
    these are so fun to make!
    i know i could have done better with fabric choices for the 'convergence' but i'm still happy with the outcome
    hiding away in my stash where i'm warm, safe and happy

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    This whole concept makes such a stunning piece. Nice job!! Bet it was fun putting it together
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    Colorful! love your fabric choices.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Wow, I saw this peeking out from behind your bikini beach quilt and was going to ask you to show it ... just seeing a sliver of it was exciting, to see the whole thing is absolutely wonderful! I love the way the colors play so well together, it is definitely going on my bucket list! Thank you for showing this beauty
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    CK you are just coming up with all kinds of new and neat ideas!! I have never heard of 'convergence' for a quilt, but I love it!!

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    So bright and colourful!! One of these is on my to do list.
    The biggest risk is the one not taken

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    WOW - While that is really wild, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Great job!

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    Really nice job!!!

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    Very nice. I've got the book but haven't tried it yet...soon I hope.

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    I love the fabric choices. I have done a couple. I worried the whole time I was cutting that I would make a cutting error
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    This is a very colorful quilt. There are a few ladies in our guild who like making these. They all say they are lots of fun to make. I think I will need to try one.

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    If this is your first attempt at con' quilts you should be very proud. Looking forward to see the second in your series!
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    so cheerful and bright nice job!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl View Post
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    my 'funky monkey' convergence quilt-
    these are so fun to make!
    i know i could have done better with fabric choices for the 'convergence' but i'm still happy with the outcome
    Your fabrics look great to me!! These really fun to do. I have made two of them.
    Cleodaisy

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    Do you not just love Ricky? I'm too chicken to try any of the quilts but seeing a beauty like this one might bolster my courage! Thanks for sharing!
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    Nice, I love the colors and wouldn't have changed them. Perfect colors and patterns, very striking. A wonderful conversation piece!

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    I like it a lot. I am planning to do a convergence applique onto a William Morris bargello - I hope my result is as striking as yours!

    Alison

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    Very bright and cheerful. Thanks for sharing.
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    Looks awesome!! Love the colors!

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