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  • Re: Do you like it?

    It's OK. I was hoping for something a little more, well, special, but I think my granddaughter will like it. It's the fabrics that are the focus in this quilt, not so much the design.
    Posted to A Mystery in Three Parts (Forum) by Pat on Tue, Apr 3 2012
  • Re: Excited!!

    I am so happy to see this discussion group. I have a friend who had never done a mystery, and who had it on her QBL (Quilting Bucket List); we are doing it together. It's also nice to be able to do it with a bunch of on-line mystery buddies! Not all Mystery Quilts ae created equal, so I'm glad you newbies chose this mystery as your first because
    Posted to A Mystery in Three Parts (Forum) by Pat on Wed, Jan 18 2012
  • A link to my blog

    Here is a link to my blog, where I posted all about the mystery quilt. I will do subsequent postings as I progress. http://imalldeckedout.blogspot.com/2012/01/its-mystery.html
    Posted to A Mystery in Three Parts (Forum) by Pat on Wed, Jan 18 2012
  • First Blocks

    The first blocks. The color in this picture is a better representation of the fabric color than that in the picture "fabric choices". I am really liking this quilt.
    Posted to A Mystery in Three Parts (MediaGallery) by Pat on Wed, Jan 18 2012
  • Fabric choice

    My fabric choices. The quilt will be for my granddaughter, Annabelle. The fabric is Sophie, by Chez Moi, for Moda.
    Posted to A Mystery in Three Parts (MediaGallery) by Pat on Wed, Jan 18 2012
  • Re: Spray Basting

    Thanks, Gini. That dog looks just like our old Golden, Clancy, and the kitchen layout is remarably similar to mine. It makes me smile every time I see it. Clancy couyldn't cook worth a darn, but he looked quite handsome in an apron (grin). If I find any of this tape & try it, I'll report. Anything to save time (and my fingers)!
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat on Tue, Sep 21 2010
  • Re: Spray Basting

    I have done a lot of spray basting. I started with quilted purses, then moved up to smaller quilts -- Schnibbles and baby quilt sized. I don't know that I'd do it for anything big. My newest love is the fusible batting, however. No more nasty spray fumes. You do need to be very careful to make sure everything is as smooth as possible, but it
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat on Tue, Sep 21 2010
  • Re: Cutting Table

    For those of you who have asked, the table is now 33.75" high, including those risers. It comes just to where my inner leg meets my crotch. For my built, I think 39" would be the ideal height. Here is a picture of what it looks like. Thanks for the suggestion to use PVC pipe! The way those table legs are carved, the pipe would be a natural
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Pat on Sat, May 1 2010
  • Re: Cutting Table

    My cutting table is a big country-style table my husband found in someone's trash! We loaded it up in our pick-up truck & put it in my sewing room, topped with a mega cutting mat. Since I am on the tall side (5'8"), we went to Home Depot & got those risers they seem to put out every summer in anticipation of soon-to-be-college-student
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Pat on Thu, Apr 29 2010
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