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Thread: X Marks the Spot

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    Easy and clear and lovely class. Thank u for sharing
    Your quilt is wonderful . Seems not quilt is it a runner?

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    Bookmarked it too. Thanks for the instructions.

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    this is really great. I was looking for an easy fun project - will definately do this one. thanks for sharing

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    Thanks so much :-)

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    I bookmarked it also. Thanks for teaching us. Simple and attractive. Scraps used up.

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    Too cool! Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you so much. I kept the picture and thought I could figure it out, but you gave me directions. Thank you so much. Think I'll start one today.

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    Great quilt, easy pattern makes a more complicated looking quilt. :thumbup:

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    Have been going through a rough patch and want to try to quilt my feelings since I can't seem to describe them. This just might help me do so with colors.

    Thanks so much

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    Bookmark!! Oh, I want to start one today but, sadly, too much I must do first! Thanks so much for the instructions.

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    Very nice! The yellow seems to give the whole quilt richness and the black seems to intensify all the colors. Very nice!

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    Thank you so much!

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    Thank you for sharing your instructions, I really like this quilt it is very pretty.

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    Another pattern for my "future projects" file. Thanks!

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    You know, I need to know something. How does anyone get any sewing done here ? I am so busy, reading the daily news letter here and then copying patterns or book marking everything I am going to do. My list gets longer, looonger, loooonger and my pile of patterns and ideas is so high, it will take a week to get thru to decide what I am going to do and then its a new day and it starts all over again!!!! I have not sewn in over 3 weeks and it gets worse every day, as I see what you are doing and I am idle. HELP!!!! stop and let me catch up a little.

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    thank you. bookmarked this page

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    Great use of scraps. Thanks for the pattern.

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    Love this!

    I have lots of 5' charm fabrics and lots of scrap strips, perfect for this quilt.

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    Love it much easier than I thought !! Thanks

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    Thanks a bunch! I'll soon be finally using up a lot of my 5" charms and scraps. Love your quilt and appreciate your instructions!

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    Thank you, thank you, thank you :thumbup: I can't wait to make one!! I have 4 bags of scraps to use up!!

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    Thank you. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing pattern

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    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!! I WANT TO MAKE ONE... YOURS IS SOOOOOO PRETTY!!!!

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    Thanks for the pattern, I'm a scrappy quilter & this looks perfect for my next project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawsan
    Easy and clear and lovely class. Thank u for sharing
    Your quilt is wonderful . Seems not quilt is it a runner?
    It is 40 x 76, a special size requested by a child's camp here in Vermont that serves children whose parents are incarcerated. The size fits the cots they use at camp.

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