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Thread: Valentine Candy

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    Very striking! Thanks for sharing.

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    I love absolutely everything about that quilt. It looks perfect on your bed, too.

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    Thanks for info on construction of hearts.......went to where Dresden is shown....but couldn't find a pic of template, just pic of dp and chatter....did Sheri mail the template to those who were in the swap? Is she still active here? Maybe she can post a pic of it now? Just my thoughts

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    That is so incredibly cute! Great use of candy squares and the little Dresdenís finish it off so sweetly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B View Post
    ...went to where Dresden is shown....but couldn't find a pic of template, just pic of dp and chatter....did Sheri mail the template to those who were in the swap?...

    There wasn't a picture of the template. She provided a link to a pdf that could be printed in posts 972 and 1105.


    Here is a link to what SheriR taught us about making the Dresdens:

    https://www.quiltingboard.com/member...274596-25.html

    She shared how to do them on posts: 971, 972, 974, 975, 1105, 1106, 1107, and 1108



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    Oh, I really like this. You did a fabulous job!
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    Gorgeous quilt. I love the mini dresdens.

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    I LOVE this. You did a wonderful job with the piecing AND the quilting is to die for.

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    Your quilt is just awesome!
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    My daughter is 6"1" (dad is 6'7 1/2"). She Loves, loves giraffes. Her room is decorated safari style, with a giraffe & zebra quilt, and many giraffe items. Obviously she was a basketball/ volleyball / discus superstar. She earned a college athletic scholarship and was inducted into her high school Hall of Fame this year. I never miss a giraffe item....(I saw it in the corner of your photograph). One year, at a zoo near us, 2 giraffe babies were born, and we went to visit them the 1st week they were up and around. Mom giraffe, strolled around then went to rest in the barn and Dad giraffe babysat the youngsters in the outside play yard. It was a magnificent sight in family nurturing. The baby giraffes were born 6 ft tall, and my daughter got to pet them and look them in the eye. Sorry to blabber on, but giraffes touch my heart and memories, glad to see some one else loves them too......Jane

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    I️ love this quilt! I️ like the pattern and the scrappy look controlled by the solids. A good use of scraps.

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    Great quilt!
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    Great Job! I it is just beautiful!!

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    I love this!

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    Thatís very pretty! I really like the way you quilted it, too!

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    Wonderful job.

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    Love your heart quilt -- a very cleaver use of scraps.

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    Beautiful, it is so pretty !

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    wow a lovely quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Valentine candy block

    Quote Originally Posted by JENNR8R View Post
    Thanks! Yes it is my pattern... I was thinking about doing a tutorial on the Valentine Candy block if there was interest.
    I am interested in the tutorial. I would like to do a lap quilt for my sonís upcoming wedding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki425 View Post
    I am interested in the tutorial. I would like to do a lap quilt for my sonís upcoming wedding.
    I put it in the Tutorials section.

    Here is a link: https://www.quiltingboard.com/tutori...k-t292330.html

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    Very nice! Thanks for the tutorial.

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    Such a beauty. Hope you are still enjoying it.

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    Very pretty

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    Beautiful! I am so reluctant to mix and match my print fabrics. I cut my batiks as small as 1 1/2 inches and mix them fine. Your quilt makes me want to start saving print "candy" squares. I love it.

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