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Thread: Running with an miniature idea, thanks n2scraplvr

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    Senior Member debs's Avatar
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    That is so cool, love to see what others do when they get an idea from another member & add their take on it! Wish I had the time to be so creative, regrettably work gets in my way!
    Debs Herold & Hemi (ADA Service Dog)

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    Exceptional. I like the darker border too.
    Home is where the heart is, and a few scrappy quilts.

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    I personally like #2 better than #3 - it just seems to show your work better!

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    Love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynnie25 View Post
    I loved this pattern too but haven't had time to experiment as yet. I actually like the 3rd one best but all layouts are great.
    I'm laughing here, I just realized that I pinned my "block" onto a leftover DQ pineapple block to which I added the navy triangles. (To make it larger and finish for a fund raiser.) Underneath my "block" is one to match your DQ, Lynn!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by red-warrior View Post
    I personally like #2 better than #3 - it just seems to show your work better!
    Thanks all. Many of you like the straight set, rather than the on point. If the on point triangles were darker like the sashings would that make a difference? DianneK, after I set it on point I saw the block in a new perspective, too,.
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    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Recently n2scraplver posted a quick and easy quilt plan.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...d-t175057.html

    I'm always up for a challenge so I downsized her plan. Instead of 4" 4patches, mine are 1". I also made fewer blocks for this mini.

    First pic--just the center of my "quilt"
    Second--if I add a small border it will fit AAQI requirements of less than 9 x 12
    Third--putting it on point makes it larger and not for AAQI, but,,,,,
    Your mini's are just darling.
    Cleodaisy

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