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Thread: Tube Quilting--Wall Hanging

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    Junior Member rndelling's Avatar
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    I made this as a gift for a friend. I love tube quilting. I just did a simple stitch in the ditch.
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    wow! that is really nice, like how all your points line up beautifully... :thumbup:

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    That came out very nice! :D

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    Great job.

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    That turned out really nice

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    What a wonderful gift for your friend!! :thumbup: I just know they will love it to piece's. You have done a fantastic job putting it together!! Congratulations on a job well done!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    Very striking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quazyquilter
    wow! that is really nice, like how all your points line up beautifully... :thumbup:
    I was a little concerned since everything is on the bias but after asking for suggestions here I starched, every step of the way.
    That really helped. There wasn't any stretching and it went together quite easily.

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    Cool. I love tubes, too. Wouldn't even think of doing it without starch! :0D

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    Wow, I love your wall hanging! Thanks for sharing!

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    I love it!

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    Your friend is going to love it

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    Just great and also interesting color

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    Very nice job!! It's gorgeous!

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    Tube quilting? What is that? I do love your quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stitchinwitch
    Tube quilting? What is that? I do love your quilt!
    Rather than me try and explain, here is the link. So easy to do and so many various ways to put the blocks together.

    http://tutorials.missouriquiltco.com/list/?p=748

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewsue
    Just great and also interesting color
    The colors in the photo aren't accurate but close. It's beige, brown with a very dark, almost black olive color. The beige and brown are more olive also.
    They are the colors in her home.

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    Ohhhhh so pretty. I love the black and white color scheme. You did a great job on it. Thanks for sharing.

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