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#51445 Oct 4, 2009

I just finished my king size 4-Patch Stacked Posies quilt and posted it in the photos. It's also on my blog. It's been a year since I started it. I didn't have enough of the main fabric (story of my life), the LQS was out, so had to find it online. But it's done! WooHoo!

Lind in Oklahoma

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#51450 Oct 4, 2009

Linda, It's beautiful. That is one quilt on my want to do list. I just need to take the time, finde fabric and do it! Cheryl



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#51452 Oct 4, 2009

Your quilt is lovely



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#51454 Oct 4, 2009

Beautiful Posies and can see why it took so long. Judeen



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#51455 Oct 4, 2009

This is a super quilt and I LOVE the concept of using just the main

fabric for all of the blocks. I've never seen this before so, of course

I had to go searching for the pattern/book/idea and discovered a

pattern-

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Is this where the idea came for your quilt? If so, yours is MUCH nicer

than their sample. Shoot, I hope they're not on this list! Sorry...... :-[

Your blog is cute and I like its name. I'm trying to come up with a cute

name that speaks to me for a blog, but so far....nothing. Oh...lots of

ideas, but they're already taken. I considered- All the Best Names are

Gone....but that one is taken too!

Ok, back to work...why oh why did it seem like a good idea to try and

sell 20 years worth of a homeschooling library?

Kari~

I'd do much better as a goddess since my secretarial skills have always

been limited



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#51457 Oct 4, 2009

That is beautiful! I made a posie quilt about a year ago and it was so much fun!



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#51471 Oct 5, 2009

Hi Linda

That's a beautiful quilt! There must have been quite a bit of wastage

making those mirrored squares! I can just imagine running out of fabric.

Trish

-from NSW Australia







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#51484 Oct 5, 2009

Thanks for the good things said about my quilt! It's always nice to see other people like what you do.

And Kari--Yes, this is the pattern I used."

"I had to go searching for the pattern/book/idea and discovered a

pattern-

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Is this where the idea came for your quilt? If so, yours is MUCH nicer

than their sample. Shoot, I hope they're not on this list! Sorry...... :-["

Linda in Oklahoma

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#51487 Oct 5, 2009

Wow, Linda, that is gorgeous. I have had that pattern for 2 years -

purchased it on a shop hop in Las Vegas. Your's is more inspiring than the

picture on the pattern!

Lexie in CT



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#51507 Oct 5, 2009

Trish said, "There must have been quite a bit of wastage

making those mirrored squares!"

In fact, this pattern is different than the stack and whack. You just take four repeats of the fabric and cut in strips and subcut into squares. All the squares will be different and if any are similar, just rotate them. The hardest part of this pattern is deciding how much fabric you need (which I failed). It all depends on the size of quilt but also the fabric you choose and the length of the repeat.

It's worth the trouble!

Linda in Oklahoma

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#51516 Oct 5, 2009

Hi Linda, I'm a bit behind again, I'm trying to free motion quilt with my BSR, and I just had to say how I like your quilt. It's lovely. I would love to see some close ups of the blocks if you have any? It looks like it was a lot of work.

Cheers Bobbie Qld Australia


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