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tnmtgrl replied on Wed, Sep 3 2014 5:31 AM

ok Debbie

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tnmtgrl replied on Wed, Sep 3 2014 5:58 AM

Anyone wanting to do a smaller version can do so by making just 6 of each block.......

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Cathie, ya, there are still growing here too. I'm just about done with them is all. Been a long hot summer and I am ready to get back to some quilting. Just saying

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Cathie, ya, there are still growing here too. I'm just about done with them is all. Been a long hot summer and I am ready to get back to some quilting. Just saying

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It is doing a good job of double posting.  Guess it wants to be sure we dont miss anything. I think I will do the quilt as directed. Then if some bizzare reason I am not happy with the fliw of my colors, and what I am going to do with it, I may back off on the size and save the other blocks for something else. I have been attracted lately to the quilts I see that have a different color going in each quadrant. 

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ls2116 replied on Wed, Sep 3 2014 9:11 AM

is it ok to print the instructions for the quilt . just makes it easier to have it on paper for me than having laptop by machine?

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tnmtgrl replied on Wed, Sep 3 2014 9:25 AM

Of course it is...I find that it's easier too.

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Amy Cofer replied on Wed, Sep 3 2014 10:08 AM

Going to try this. It'll be my first mystery quilt with QCA. Here goes!

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Like the second one best!

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ls2116:

is it ok to print the instructions for the quilt . just makes it easier to have it on paper for me than having laptop by machine?

 

I'm copying and pasting each set of instructions into a Word document. 

 


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How much of each fabric would be needed for the smaller version?

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Ramona replied on Wed, Sep 3 2014 10:29 AM

Karla,

Great idea!  Wonderful fabrics and he'll LOVE it!

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Ramona replied on Wed, Sep 3 2014 10:32 AM

Cathie,

I like the batiks so much that I tend to just buy them and never make anything out of them. LOL Just can't seem to part with the batiks. Of course, when the purchase was made there were good intentions.

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tnmtgrl replied on Wed, Sep 3 2014 10:52 AM

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How much of each fabric would be needed for the smaller version?

I would go with half measurements just to be sure you have enough

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Shelley replied on Wed, Sep 3 2014 11:05 AM

Thanks Kris.   It is so fun to look at everyone's choices!   I can't bear to use only three fabrics on a quilt, so here is my scrappy stacks of civil war fabrics.   The pinks will be the accent.  If I run low, I will just toss in a few more fabrics.   I love using many backgrounds, because I usually dicide to make it bigger halfway through a quilt, then I just add a few more and the change isn't noticeable.   Seems like everyone buys the rest of any fabric that I need later! LOL.  Funny, now that I see the picture, that one bright blue has to go!

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