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Thread: alternating diamond quilt- Written and pictoral directions!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by judy363905 View Post
    WOW wonderful job both on your quilt and your Tute... Thank you

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    Babyfire04, My sentiments exactly. Thanks for sharing.
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    You did an awesome job - thanks so much for sharing! I love the black & white one you did so this will be fun to make

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    Thanks for taking your time to post this tutorial! You're a dear.

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    WOW...I've been collecting black & whites and think I now have another 'bookmark'. Thanks for sharing your pics and tute.

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    They both look great.

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    Thanks for the tutorial. I can't wait to make one out of muslin and scraps for a charity quilt. Super explainations

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    Thanks for the tutorial......Wonderful Job, TEACHER! smile
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    Great tute, thanks
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    Thanks sew much! Think I can definitely do this now. I've always been intimidated by triangles.

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    Oh my gosh that looks so easy the way you taught it wow thanks so much for your sharing to us...

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    Great tut. Well done. Going to have to make one of these quilts.

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    Thanks
    you made this look so easy!!!!
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    Thank you so much, you did a wonderful job!!!! I can't thank you enough!

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    You did an excellent job esp. considering it was your first, i bookmarked this and hopefully can use up some of the stash with this great pattern....thanks

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    Your tute is hoot. Love your quilt and now I want to make this one too! Thanks for sharing!
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    thankie, thankie a bunch for this wonderful tute!!
    take plenty of pic of family & friends, keep tabs on loved ones but make time for yourself !

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    The tutorial is very well done and I love your B&W. I am putting it on my "to do" list.

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    Absolutely a wonderful tutorial! I get it! Thank you so much.
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    Your quilts are beautiful, and your tute is very well done. Very easy to follow and very well laid out. Thanks!

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    Thanks for the tut. I'm going to try this!

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    thanks will be using my accuquilter to cut my fabric

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    Thanks for the tute. The black and white quilt is fabulous!

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    Thanks - great tute, beautiful quilt. I've got to make one!
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    Thank you for the tute. I have a few charm pack to use up and this looks like it would be a easy pattern for that. Smaller squares but it still should be great.

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    Thanks so much for this tute. It is easy to follow and I,m looking forward to trying it.
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