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  • Re: Are you ready for MQ7

    [quote user="Caryl Anne"] ... turn them over RFD stack ..... RFU pick up one [/quote] What is RFD and RFU ?
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Candy on Fri, Nov 23 2012
  • Re: Are you ready for MQ7

    [quote user="Jan"] ..... I e-mailed them as the phone number on the invoice was disconnected or out of service. .... Jan in Rochester NY [/quote] Jan, I just called and talked with them (MO Star Quilt CO) yesterday and called the number on their invoice 888-571-1122 and was able to talk to Jackie. You might try calling them again. Point is
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Candy on Sat, Nov 17 2012
  • Re: Please ask cutting questions here

    Hi Nana I thought about ordering MSQC kits for this as well, but they did a really bad job in that they just gave 2 kits, the name of the kits, but no pictures of what the fabric looks like. I would have liked to see what the material looks like. Maybe Ginny can post a picture of the fabric.
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #7 – Nana's Surprise (Forum) by Candy on Fri, Nov 9 2012
  • Re: Ask Fabric requirement questions here.

    [quote user="Nana"] Candy Thank you so much for answering Tracy's question. I have been busy this afternoon and didn't get back to the computer. [/quote] No problem. I just wish I could get my heart back into sewing. I am so far behind with birthday blocks. People thought they were doing me a favor when they cleaned up my "sewing
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #7 – Nana's Surprise (Forum) by Candy on Wed, Nov 7 2012
  • Re: Ask Fabric requirement questions here.

    [quote user="Tracy"] Hi Nana! My FQ's are from Joann's and are only 21" x 18"...will it matter that they are an inch short? Thank you! Tracy [/quote] Tracy, I am not Nana, but you will be OK. You will need 9 1/2" strips so you can get 2 9 1/2" strips out of 21" , and still have 3 inches left over. Remember
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #7 – Nana's Surprise (Forum) by Candy on Wed, Nov 7 2012
  • Re: Are you ready for MQ7

    I really like scrap quilts. I am curious that if I took 40 different 5 1/2 in x 9 1/2 in, 40 different 3 1/2 in x 9 1/2 in, and 40 different 2 in x 9 1/2 in, what kind of scrappy quilt would this make?
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Candy on Sun, Nov 4 2012
  • Re: Ask Fabric requirement questions here.

    Ok Nana, you are such a dear and have sooooo much patience. Now that I understand the cutting instructions, about fabric requirements. If I have only 10 different fabrics (not FAQs), will duplicating the fabric have a detrimental effect on the finished quilt, since I will get 4 @ 5 1/2 x 22 strips from each fabric, for a total of 40 strips from 10 fabrics
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #7 – Nana's Surprise (Forum) by Candy on Fri, Nov 2 2012
  • Re: Please ask cutting questions here

    [quote user="Nana"] Candy You will need to cut 2 strips. You will need a total of at least 30 5 1/2 x 20 strips. [/quote] OK Nana.... If what I need is 30 5 1/2 x 20 strips, then if I am cutting from fabric and not FQs, then I will need 15 @ 5 1/2" x WOF, since, when cut in half. will give me 30. And that will use my 15 different fabrics
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #7 – Nana's Surprise (Forum) by Candy on Fri, Nov 2 2012
  • Re: Please ask cutting questions here

    But I am NOT using FQs. So do I still need to cut 2 strips @ 5 1/2 in x WOF from each piece of my material?
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #7 – Nana's Surprise (Forum) by Candy on Fri, Nov 2 2012
  • Re: Please ask cutting questions here

    Ok Nana, now I am confused. You said, If using 10 fabrics, cut 2 strips 5 1/2 in X WOF (which will yield the equivalent of 4 - 5 1/2" X 22" if cut from a FQ) If using FQ; cut 2 strips from each FQ @ 5 1/2 in X 22 in So my question is this: Since I am not using FQs, do I need to cut 2 strips from my fabric or just 1 strip?
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #7 – Nana's Surprise (Forum) by Candy on Fri, Nov 2 2012
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