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Thread: Spring mini's

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    Just to help chase away the winter. I used a poly cotton for the white pieces in both to get rid of the fabric. :oops:

    Using 6" 9 patches; A Darlene Zimmerman pattern I reduced
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    My first attempt at PP 10 years ago
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    Nice quilts, great job on both! I want to try PP soon. It seems like a lot of people are trying to do this now.

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    Very cute. They look really nice.

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    so very pretty

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    Perfect for spring.
    Mary Ellen in FL

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    Hi, Very nice and I am wondering how you found pp to do?
    Always been curious if it is harder or easier than regular quilting. Any opinions to offer?

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    Both are just beautiful! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanofpa
    Hi, Very nice and I am wondering how you found pp to do?
    Always been curious if it is harder or easier than regular quilting. Any opinions to offer?
    Thanks everyone.
    Personally I don't care to do PP. Just did Feb BOM which was PP. To me it's "steppy" although extremely accurate. But that's just my opinion.

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    Very pretty :!:

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    Very cute. Do they need a home? I know of 1. :thumbup:

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    very nice

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    cute

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    both are so pretty!

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    What wonderful work on your Spring mini's!! Have you made any more for Fall yet? :D Thank you for sharing with us!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by SulaBug
    What wonderful work on your Spring mini's!! Have you made any more for Fall yet? :D Thank you for sharing with us!!
    :D :D :D :D
    SulaBug, Watch the September doll quilt swap. I made a fall one for vbourck using 1.5 squares. It went in the mail today so should be posted next week sometime. G

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