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Thread: Some of my class samples

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    Super Member Olivia's Grammy's Avatar
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    When I teach a new block I like to sew it out so my students have a sample they can see in fabric. Sometimes I can control myself and have to do a small quilt.

    tube quilt
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    drunkards path
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    cranberry fudge
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    Beautiful work. I love that first one. I'm thinking of using your idea for a quilt for my great niece. The quilts are all so pretty.

    You know, I agree, why make just one block when in almost no time you have a small quilt? Double the fun...or 16 times the fun!

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    Really like the cranberry quilt. I am in love with simple blocks!

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    Like the cranberry fudge one!!

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    Beautiful work

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    Beautiful quilting!

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    The cranberry fugde is one block. On the biggest squares I used the embrodiery machine to sew out a quilt block design. Then stitched in the ditch. I'm going to use it as a table topper.

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    :) :thumbup:

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    Very beautiful work.

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    And they are wonderful. I can tell you enjoy teaching. Thanks for sharing them with us. I love the cranberry too.

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    Those are beautiful.

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    Hands down love the Cranberry Fudge and not just because its so sweet!!

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    Pretty quilts!

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    I always like drunkards path quilts.

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    AQll are wonderful but love the cranberry fudge
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