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    See what you can do with a little company?

    athenagwis a member of this board hosted a "virtual quilt along" this past Sunday, http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...a-t186109.html and this is what I managed to accomplish.

    I finished a bed runner I had been working on finishing it with the Cathedral Window rolled type binding that another member of this board (dilyn) did a wonderful tute on http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...g-t184029.html . I also completed the bulk of my Storm at Sea--I'm still deciding if I want to put borders on or not... Anyway thanks for looking at my humble accomplishments!
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    Beautiful!! I am going to attempt the pattern for your bed runner. I really appreciate the quilting because I was thinking SITD. Also, how did you do Cathedral Window rolled type binding? It looks really nice!
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    Not too humble, I hope. You did good jobs there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Jane View Post
    Beautiful!! I am going to attempt the pattern for your bed runner. I really appreciate the quilting because I was thinking SITD. Also, how did you do Cathedral Window rolled type binding? It looks really nice!
    Here's the link for the binding: http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...g-t184029.html . The bed runner was really easy, it's just the 10-minute block.
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    great job like them both!!!
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    I love your Storm at Sea! The animal prints are "wild"
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    Really Pretty, love the green one, is that the 10 minute block pattern?
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    Never in the world would have thought about using animal prints for this pattern. It is GREAT. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock Tea View Post
    I love your Storm at Sea! The animal prints are "wild"
    Isn't that a cool way to do that pattern? I love it!
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    Wow, your storm at seas awesome!!

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    wow what a fantastic job
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Both your projects are great and I will have to try that binding. Thanks for sharing.
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    VERY nice. I've been thinking of doing some bed runners.
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    I just love the way the "Storm at Sea" tricks the eye into seeing curves where there are none! I've never seen it done in animal prints before, but it looks fantastic. Thanks for sharing with us.
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    Your quilts are amazing! Love them both!

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    The second picture is the Storm at Sea, I'm guessing. Beautiful. Looks like Noah's Ark gone wild. Delightful design.
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    Love your storm at sea.The more I see the quilt made up the more I like that pattern.Sandy
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    Just beautiful. I love the last one best. great work. thx for sharing
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    That's so beautiful. Congratulations!

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    Thanks everyone for your wonderful comments and thanks especially to dilyn for doing that wonderful cathedral like windows tute! It was the perfect binding for my bedrunner!
    Bernie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sew N Tune View Post
    The second picture is the Storm at Sea, I'm guessing. Beautiful. Looks like Noah's Ark gone wild. Delightful design.
    lol. Noah's Ark Gone Wild. I like that--think that will be the name of this quilt. Thanks!
    Bernie

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    Very nice quilts.

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    love both of them!! especially the Storm at Sea. I was looking for the cathedral window binding so thank you virtualbernie for including that link!!!!!!
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    Love the storm at sea........... but both are very nice.

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    Very nice job on your projects. I love the blues one of my favorite. Thanks for sharing.
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