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Thread: Two-sided quilt using Elmers

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    Two-sided quilt using Elmers

    One side is a mystery quilt from last fall and the other is the big star pattern. This is the first time I used Elmers school glue to baste. It was absolutely fantastic!!! I'll certainly be using Elmers again.
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    Lovely quilt. Love the two sided feature, makes it interesting no matter what side your looking at. Good Job!

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    Great job!
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    nicely done
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    ​Great reversible quilt!

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    Absolutely terrific quilt. Very beautiful no matter which side is up.
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    Love those colors. I am going to have to try the Elmer's method of basting. Thanks for sharing this

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    Nice quilt. I love quilts that can be used on either side.

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    This quilt is so lovely. This should be the textbook definition of reversible.

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    How do you baste a quilt with Elmers? Do you water down the glue and brush it on?
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    Like how you have 2 quilts in 1 and they are both beautiful!
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    That is a fabulous quilt.

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    Love it!!!!

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    Love both quilts. Great colors as far as I am concerned.

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    Great quilt(s)! Have you done the quilting yet? What design?
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    Great job!
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    Fantastic quilt!
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    Nice job! I like both sides! Always think about joining the mystery quilts, but never do. Always wish I had once I see finished projects like your quilt!
    Go forth and sew!

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    I have never heard of using elmer's glue for basting. Your quilts are wonderful
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    great job!!

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    Love that it's reversible! Beautiful colors.

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    Really nice, love that it's an either side quilt...

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    The colors are beautiful! When you glue basted the quilt sandwich did you use a special tip to apply the glue?
    Thanks and happy quilting today!

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    I love it. Great job.

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    Sew lovely! I love reversible quilts!
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