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Old 12-12-2014, 06:37 AM
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The third inchies quilt was made with light print on white cotton fabric quilted with crosshatch design, binding was one of the brown pieces used for the inchies. It also measures about 7x8 inches and also has nine inchie quilts attached to it. The tiny quilts were mostly batiks used in a star quilt for a customer. They have all been layered with backing and batting, quilted and edged stitch with light brown thread. Each little quilt is quilted to accent the lines in the fabrics as is the beading.
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Old 12-12-2014, 07:04 AM
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The third inchies quilt was made with light print on white cotton fabric quilted with crosshatch design, binding was one of the brown pieces used for the inchies. It also measures about 7x8 inches and also has nine inchie quilts attached to it. The tiny quilts were mostly batiks used in a star quilt for a customer. They have all been layered with backing and batting, quilted and edged stitch with light brown thread. Each little quilt is quilted to accent the lines in the fabrics as is the beading.
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Old 12-12-2014, 09:47 AM
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Beautiful. The beading really makes it pop. I can see I am going to start doing these in 2015.
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Too cute! Love it!
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Oh so sweet!
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nicely done
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Old 12-14-2014, 05:03 AM
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A priceless little jewel, very elegant.
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Your inchie quilt is so cute. Now I want to make them too! Where is my list?
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What a fun little quilt - would make a lovely present. Great idea for using up scraps and maybe doing some hand embroidery too. Thanks for sharing
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I ordered the book for our guild library..I am librarian......so when it comes, I will make one and do a show n tell ...advertising the book.......can't wait!
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