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  • Re: Mystery Quilt Step #2-Making Triangle Squares

    Finally getting mine posted. These are just the ones that have been trimmed. I used the method that is the 24 at once, but I decided to go for it. Cut fabric the size of my mat. Ended up with 96. Did initially mess up by not paying attention. Marked to many sewing linesm and had to unsew a bunch. But outside of that I liked it
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by Tami Paul on Tue, Sep 16 2014
  • Re: Mystery Quilt Step #2-Making Triangle Squares

    I am starting to prefer the smaller ones too. A little cheaper, easier to handle on the quilting part. But I still get to piece and quilt. I haven't decided on this one. My youngest has been requesting a bigger quilt, he is over 6 foot, so his old one is kind of short for him. I think I will wait and see how it comes together. If I like it for him
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by Tami Paul on Tue, Sep 9 2014
  • Re: Mystery Quilt Step #2-Making Triangle Squares

    wow Donna you are fast, and I agree that is going to be pretty. Are you doing the size of the MQ or are you going smaller/larger? I use to use muslin, but found I love putting a fabric on the back that accents the quilt in some way. I go on line and find the wide fabric so I don't have to assemble the back. Though I made one that was so big, I ended
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by Tami Paul on Tue, Sep 9 2014
  • Re: Mystery Quilt Step #2-Making Triangle Squares

    I forgot about doing that on the mystery quilt. I know it went fast but I really care for it either. Guess I am rather impatient too. But as of right now, I have done nothing with the fabric today, maybe get to it on friday
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by Tami Paul on Mon, Sep 8 2014
  • Re: Mystery Quilt Step #2-Making Triangle Squares

    taking a break from my chores, putting a roast in the ninja slow cooker, and then everyone will be on their own while I work on all these HST. I am still trying to decided which way to make them. The 8 at a time seems like it might be the way to go but you still have to mark all the fabric. I went back and search the BOM 2012 on craftsy, as I remembered
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by Tami Paul on Mon, Sep 8 2014
  • Re: Step 1-Buying the Fabric!

    Kwag, I love your color choice. Will be pretty
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by Tami Paul on Sun, Sep 7 2014
  • Re: Step 1-Buying the Fabric!

    just been reading along and checking out everyone's fabric/color choices. I have liked everything I have seen. Some will be interesting. I think in the end worse case scenario they would be great lap/throw quilts. but you never know. Our grandmothers did awesome stuff with scraps.I am hoping that they come together in a way that if I don't like
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by Tami Paul on Sun, Sep 7 2014
  • Re: Step 1-Buying the Fabric!

    Debbie, I like the 2nd in the first group. Has movement/flow to me. But I would chicken out in a mystery quilt and go with the 2nd in the 2nd group. So how adventurist are u feeling? I agree, is it monday yet?, can't get here fast enough, even though that means back to work time
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by Tami Paul on Fri, Sep 5 2014
  • Re: Step 1-Buying the Fabric!

    Circle girl, you maybe surprised at how it works out. I see potential. This mystery quilt will be different. I usually rely on the borders to tie it all together, but this one is prefabbed with them. So we will all see. I do like the potential!
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by Tami Paul on Fri, Sep 5 2014
  • Re: Step 1-Buying the Fabric!

    Seeing a lot of shades ofblues/ browns
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by Tami Paul on Thu, Sep 4 2014
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