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Walking Labyrinth - Truly a labor of LOVE

Old 04-20-2013, 09:03 AM
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Cool Walking Labyrinth - Truly a labor of LOVE

OMG has this been a labor of love - making this as the top of the duvet cover for my son (age 23). I consider myself a novice quilt top maker, I have never taken quilting classes and like to make unusual quilts or those of my own design. This quilt took a LONG time to make and you really need to measure, measure, measure!

I ended up cutting the fabric as I went along and measured after every seam joining. It is really easy to put things together backwards or upside down but I don't think I did too bad....
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Old 04-20-2013, 09:05 AM
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Amazing, you did a great job!
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Old 04-20-2013, 09:22 AM
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Wow, that looks great. Did you enjoy doing it? Would you do it again?
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Old 04-20-2013, 09:23 AM
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The 3-D effect is really amazing. Great job!
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Beautiful!! Where can I find the pattern and instructions?
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I have that pattern squirreled away for when I get up the nerve to try it. Your quilt top/ duvet cover turned out awesome!
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yes very thing is very nice
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That is absolutely amazing and love the "3-D" effect!!!

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OMG has this been a labor of love - making this as the top of the duvet cover for my son (age 23). I consider myself a novice quilt top maker, I have never taken quilting classes and like to make unusual quilts or those of my own design. This quilt took a LONG time to make and you really need to measure, measure, measure!

I ended up cutting the fabric as I went along and measured after every seam joining. It is really easy to put things together backwards or upside down but I don't think I did too bad....
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You did a great job and it looks so hard!!! Beautiful!
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Amazing. This is one on my bucket list.
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