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

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    Senior Member haylillan's Avatar
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    thanks it looks super easy
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    Really Beautiful and a very nice job on the tutu- great pics and directions. I will be doing this quilt. Love your black and white one too. thanks for sharing it with us. I did pin it on my pinterest board linking it to your tutu thanks !!!

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    You did a great job of describing the process and the photos were crisp and clear. Thanks so much for posting the tut.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    Like everybody, I love, love, love this quilt and you're a doll for writing a tute for us. It's much appreciated. I've bookmarked it and will definitely give it a go sometime soon, I hope. Tks again.

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    Wow! that is awesome. Thanks for sharing.

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    What a wonderful and I do mean wonderful tutorial! I'm such a visual learner and you've inspired me to make this stunning quilt. You indeed are a GREAT teacher.

    Thank-you so much for sharing your time and talents with this wonderful tutorial.
    Smiles from Idaho,
    Onalee

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    This is a great tut and gorgeous quilt. Thanks for taking the time to do this.
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    THANKS----that is wonderful.

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    You are so generous to take the time and effort (and great photos) for this excellent tutorial.
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    Wonderfully written and beautifully picturized (is this right LOL) I love your tute and your quilts are just gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.
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    Love the quilt and I like how you ironed to save drawing the line! I bought Pam Bono's angler 2 for mine because I am making lots of flying geese. I'm looking forward to making your quilt so I can use stash up.

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    Great tute, love the colours you chose this time around too!

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    Thanks, for all the wonderful comments It's all done and quilted (FMQ) all that's left is to bind it and will post a finished picture. It will be in November though because we're moving in about a week so just about everything is packed up and ready to go!
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    Thanks for the tutorial. I am now inspired to try making this. Your choice of batiks and white is stunning. So, off to the fabric shop tomorrow for me.

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