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Thread: Valentine Candy

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    Such a happy cheerful quilt.
    It makes my heart smile.

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    What a beautiful quilt!

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    Charming. Makes me think of the sweetheart candies at Valentine's day.

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    This is such a sweet design! (LOL pun intended ) so so cute!! I am definitely putting this one on my list!

    Thanks for the tutorials!!! Greatly appreciated!
    Deb

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    Valentine Candy quilt

    I am looking for the directions on how to finish this quilt.. I am about to start on the hearts, is there more directions for the rest of this one. My grand daughter just fell in love with this and I would love to make it for her. Can anyone help me on this?? Thanks for any help .. Pat in Tn

    Quote Originally Posted by JENNR8R View Post
    I always cut up my leftover fabrics into 2.5" (candy) squares, and I like to think up ways to use them.

    It has been fun participating in some "candy" swaps to get thousands of different fabrics. The current swap is in this thread: https://www.quiltingboard.com/member...p-t285320.html. I didn't join this year, but hope to next year if they have it.

    SheriR taught us how to make little dresden blocks from "candy" squares in last year's swap. I used them in the top and bottom of this quilt to make it longer. Thank you SheriR!

    Since the main blocks are heart shapes, I thought it was appropriate to name the quilt "Valentine Candy."

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    Very pretty! Great scrappy quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat_sews View Post
    I am looking for the directions on how to finish this quilt.. I am about to start on the hearts, is there more directions for the rest of this one. My grand daughter just fell in love with this and I would love to make it for her. Can anyone help me on this?? Thanks for any help .. Pat in Tn
    Are you asking how to set the Valentine Candy blocks? I just put sashing between the blocks and set them on point. Here is a tutorial on how to set blocks on point: https://www.generations-quilt-patter...triangles.html

    Here is the tutorial on making the Valentine Candy block: https://www.quiltingboard.com/tutori...k-t292330.html

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    HI, is there more to the directions for the Valentine Candy quilt besides the hearts and the dresdens? Is there directions on how to put them all together to make a completed quilt? My grand daughter saw this and fell in love with it. I would love to be able to make it for her.. TIA Pat in Tn.

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    Thank You That will help a lot.

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    Great job! That is really colorful.

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    Beautiful!

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    How precious. Love the hearts, both pieced and quilted.

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    It makes me want to try and make one. It's a very happy quilt.

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    Good use of charm squares. A charming quilt.

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    Stunning. Just goes to show how beautiful quilts can be made from scraps.
    Stephanie.

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    Beautiful quilt and beautiful quilting.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    Absolutely stunning! Gorgeous!
    Patchwork Crazy!!!

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    Your candy hearts are the best.

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