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Basic Instructions for Boxes of Strings

Old 10-02-2018, 06:37 PM
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Thank you for the tutorial, love it!
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It is an equilateral triangle so it would be 60 degrees.
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Old 11-18-2018, 03:15 PM
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Default This baby ended up being king sized!!

She's finished and ready to be quilted!! I made the mistake of laying the partially completed top on our bed and fell in love!! We really don't need another quilt but I can't let this one go! Thank you so much for the wonderful tute! I used ultra light weight fusible interfacing for the foundation (Fabricland had bolts of it on sale for a ridiculously low price. It was 20 inches wide and I used almost 18 yards!!)

Oh and I should add that I put out a call to our sewing group and was given a lot!! narrow strips and scraps. So happy to make something out of them. The next one will be a community quilt for our guild outreach program.
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Old 11-19-2018, 06:57 AM
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Ginger--that is gorgeous! Nice job--I made a small one and am very happy with it. This tute sure was fun!
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GingerK--it is beautiful! I have so enjoyed seeing everyone's versions of this--thanks to all of you.
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Old 11-20-2018, 01:00 PM
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Thank you for the instructions and ideas on using different sizes.

GingerK what a beautiful quilt. The idea of light fusible web as a foundation is a good idea.

I have lots of strings. Maybe I will start with a small one and see how it goes.
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Old 11-20-2018, 01:06 PM
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She's finished and ready to be quilted!! I made the mistake of laying the partially completed top on our bed and fell in love!! We really don't need another quilt but I can't let this one go! Thank you so much for the wonderful tute! I used ultra light weight fusible interfacing for the foundation (Fabricland had bolts of it on sale for a ridiculously low price. It was 20 inches wide and I used almost 18 yards!!)

Oh and I should add that I put out a call to our sewing group and was given a lot!! narrow strips and scraps. So happy to make something out of them. The next one will be a community quilt for our guild outreach program.
this looks super!
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This is a wonderful tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing your techniques with all of us. Can't wait to get started on this and as a leader-ender project, like someone else said, this will be perfect.
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OMG it is wonderful, both the quilt and the tut
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Just in time for the new year and new projects. Thank you so much for doing the tutorial.
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