Ideas for Colorwheel Strip Swap
Jess
Posted 2008-10-18 12:30 PM (#15007)
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I want to do a strip swap for Nawma's colorwheel log cabin pattern, but I think I want to make the strips a bit smaller. This is a queen size I think (am I right Nawma?) and I think this type of quilt would be better in my sewing room for cold days - like a lap quilt. I can look at it for color inspiration and cover my legs and tootsies while I sew. What do you guys think? For the swap I mean?



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JennB
Posted 2008-10-19 4:46 AM (#15042 - in reply to #15007)
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I would love to participate in this one....i love this!!! :D

out of curiosity, how big are the blocks in this one?
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nawma
Posted 2008-10-19 11:35 AM (#15053 - in reply to #15042)
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Jenn the blocks are 12" finished in this quilt and the quilt is about 82x82" so its a large one.

How's Jacob doing this weekend? And how are you feeling darlin?

Connie

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JennB
Posted 2008-10-19 10:40 PM (#15063 - in reply to #15007)
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oooh...that is huge...but really ambitious. What size strips did you use for this size? I wouldn't mind one this big but I wouldn't mind one smaller either :P I'm flexible!!

I'm updating pics shortly.They're uploading as I type!
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JennB
Posted 2008-11-25 7:34 AM (#16264 - in reply to #15007)
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am I the only one interested in this?
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Jami
Posted 2008-11-25 10:25 AM (#16273 - in reply to #15007)
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I was kind of waiting to see what they came up with as far as strip size and how we are going to actually do the strip exchange.
It looks like to me that there are several strips of the same fabric in the blocks.
How many strips would we have to swap? Jess????? Connie?????

Jami
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misisipimenace
Posted 2008-11-25 10:47 AM (#16274 - in reply to #16273)
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no jenn you're not the only one.  but like jami, i think i'm just kinda waiting for others' ideas - i'm really not sure how to go about this strip swap . . . except for swingin' tassels of course

ok for starters - there appear to be 36 twelve-inch blocks, not sure how many strips of each color in each block tho . . . 2 colors per block . . . how many colors total are used?  i agree jami - we gonna need the diva designer's assistance in planning for this swap . . . maybe rather than swapping actual cut strips, we might swap pieces of fabric - solids or really small scale prints or TOT?

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Posted 2008-11-25 12:26 PM (#16278 - in reply to #16274)
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Ladies there are actually 23 different fabrics in this quilt. We cut the strips at 2" wide and WOF. We needed 4-5 strips of each color to complete the quilt. If we cut the blocks down in size then the strips, of course would get thinner and you would need slightly less of each color. The way it is designed it would be difficult to do it with less than 36 blocks but with the blocks smaller you could certainly downsize the finished top fairly easily. We used 3 1'2 squares for the middle of the blocks and you would need 2-3 blocks of each color. So if you downsized that center block and the width of the fabrics then making this a smaller quilt would not be difficult.

I'm not sure how the swap would work either but I was thinking that since we need four different shades of six different colors (yellow is the exception as there are only three shades of yellow in the quilt that I made) it might be easiest to set up six different groups. Each group could have one designated color and four swappers. Each swapper would send 5 WOF strips at 2" or smaller (if that is what you ladies decide on) and one strip for the center squares (at whatever size was decided there) of one shade of the designated color to each of the other three swappers. Then you could move around to the other color groups and participate in as many of the color swaps as you wanted to. So for example if Miss Cindy had plenty of purples in her own stash (what are the chances??) but was needing more oranges and blues then she would want to join the orange and blue swaps. If we had more than four swappers for each color then we would need to set up two groups for that color.

You would want to swap solids or tone on tones, or even very small prints. The larger prints definitely distract from the flow of the color in the finished top. Hope this helps to work out this swap as I think this would be a fun project.

Connie

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Emma
Posted 2008-11-25 12:45 PM (#16280 - in reply to #15007)
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I'm interested..... just sitting on the sideline waiting to see how it all works.   I do like the idea of a smaller quilt but will go with the group decision

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Jami
Posted 2008-11-25 2:13 PM (#16284 - in reply to #15007)
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Maybe this is something we can think about and start planning serious after the first of the year?

Connie- Is this a pattern you worked up in EQ or is it one of your "for sale patterns"? Could you rework it into small strip sizes and starting block size to make it smaller? How many different color "families" are in it (blues, greens, purples, etc)? If we knew that, it might give us a starting point.

I think it would be hard to say: Jenn you do light yellow, Jami - medium yellow, Cindy - dark yellow because everyone's eye is a little different. We could end up with 2 yellows very similar in value. Know what I mean? Or am I "thinking" to much here?

I know with the Holidays coming up on us, I wouldn't have time to do this until after the first anyway.

I do like this quilt and I wouldn't mind doing it the larger size...it would make a great graduation gift for the next niece in line.

Jami

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Jess
Posted 2008-11-25 3:07 PM (#16285 - in reply to #16284)
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I think it would be easy enough for me or Mom to look at the pattern and let everyone know what the finished quilt size will be using 1.5" strips rather than 2". Let's figure out how to do the swap, then we can vote on the size of the strips. Personally, I would vote for reducing the strip size and/or reducing the center block size to be the same as the strip size (currently the center block is bigger than the strips, but this may overcomplicate things) so the quilt is a bit smaller. I would want a lap size quilt out of this. But I will participat either way!

I would want to get all my fabrics for the entire quilt in the mail at the end. Like this:

6 people in each group (because there are 6 colors in the quilt).
Each person is assigned one color.
Each color needs 4 shades.
Each shade needs 4 strips (depends on size we choose for the strips).
Each person sends out 6 sets of their color (each set would include 4 strips of 4 different shades).
Each person receives 6 sets of fabric, one in each color in the quilt.

If we do it this way, each person would be responsible for 96 strips in various shades, as outlined above. At 1.5" per strip, that is exactly 4 yards of fabric. At 2" wide strips, that is exactly 5-1/3 yards of fabric. You would send and receive the same amount of fabric, of course. Also, each person would be responsible for only one color, and would then be able to make sure that color has mediums, lights, darks, etc. 

I also suggest we add on a weekend date to all get together online and put these together. I think it would be fun to see them all come together, and personally I will be more inclined to finish my UFO's if we make a weekend project of it.

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misisipimenace
Posted 2008-11-25 4:17 PM (#16288 - in reply to #16285)
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by george!!  i think she's got us a plan!!  hooray jess!!  DIBS on the purples . . . now connie, just what makes you so sure i have enough purples in my stash

and i agree, we must plan a weekend sewing extravaganza for this beauty!!!

whoohooooooo

ok now all we have to do is make sure our sign-ups are for multiples of six . . .

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Jess
Posted 2008-11-25 5:17 PM (#16289 - in reply to #16288)
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Cindy, are you going to host hun? I will sign up for a group of yellows if it is after the first of the year. That is, if we all agree on the approach.
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Posted 2008-11-25 5:26 PM (#16290 - in reply to #16288)
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I have always wanted to make a colour wheel quilt and would love to participate in this swap but will have to reluctantly decline as will not be able to go and pick out fabrics (not the same buying online for this).  Jess has grasped this concept well and it should work and run like clockwork and I can't wait to see everyone's finished quilts cos you all know I like piccies!!

 

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Posted 2008-11-25 6:26 PM (#16291 - in reply to #16289)
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awwww mannnnnn, how DO i get myself into these situations????

ok i will be the hostess of the first set of 6 swappers - now who will be my co-hostess????  hopefully there will be more than one set of 6 swappers and the hostess for the next set can be chosed from that group?

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Posted 2008-11-25 6:35 PM (#16292 - in reply to #15007)
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Hello!

Cindy ... if this will be after the first of the year, I would be willing to co-host and I would like to be ORANGE ...

Jess's plan sounds good to me ... I had no idea how to go about this ...

Whatever size strips is decided upon is fine with me ...

  Pat

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Posted 2008-11-25 6:52 PM (#16293 - in reply to #15007)
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Milica ... if this turns out to be a "go" after the first of the year and you want to participate, I would be happy to be your "personal shopper" and buy your strips for you and send them over the pond ...

  Pat

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Posted 2008-11-25 7:20 PM (#16294 - in reply to #16293)
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scrapatches - 2008-11-25 5:52 PM

Milica ... if this turns out to be a "go" after the first of the year and you want to participate, I would be happy to be your "personal shopper" and buy your strips for you and send them over the pond ...

  Pat

a "personal shopper" for milica - hmmmmm - now THAT could be lots of fun!!!!

and ms pat - this swap better not be a "go" until AFTER the first of the year!!!

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Jami
Posted 2008-11-25 11:58 PM (#16295 - in reply to #16294)
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Just a question...if we reduce the size of the center block, would you loose the "stair step look" going around the quilt? (am I making sense?)

I'd sign up for red or blue...which ever you need me to shop for.

Jami

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logcabin1961
Posted 2008-11-26 7:22 AM (#16297 - in reply to #16295)
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Pat - thanks very much for your offer - I may take  you up on that but you know that I am the type of girl who likes to stroke fabrics, YES I AM A FABRICAHOLIC!!! lol

I had an email from Connecting Threads this morning and guess what? they are doing a special on Rainbox fabrics - I am posting the link (if that's ok with you Jess) as they have graduating colours. Hope this works.

http://www.connectingthreads.com/Rainbow+Fabrics+Hand+Dyes+Quilting+Fabric_CD989.html?&show=all?pid=1&kid=1074&medid=BE081124&media=BE081124&email=milica.e.nunn@btinternet.com

I am very tempted but most control myself - lol

Cindy - don't be jealous now - a lady of leisure (as I am presently!!) always has her personal shoppers.

 

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Posted 2008-11-26 8:33 AM (#16299 - in reply to #15007)
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Good Morning!

Milica ... I hope you do take me up on the offer ... it would be so nice to have participate ... and you will get to fondle all the fabric that way ... and make a quilt with us!

I got that same ad in my email box this morning.  I still have not ordered from Connecting Threads, but they do keep tempting me with their sales and reasonably priced fabrics ...   I am realy thinking of ordering one of these "rainbow" packs to see the quality ...

Maybe we should start the planning for this swap on paper so we can shop the sales over the holidays and then mail sometime after the first of the year???

How about it, Ms.Tassels... ?????

  Pat

 

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JennB
Posted 2008-11-26 11:14 AM (#16304 - in reply to #15007)
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that sounds like a great plan! Yellow (my favorite) is already spoken for, but I'll be happy to take on green or whatever other color is needed. I'm picturing some of Patrick's fabrics in this quilt. I'd be happy to have it in any size. I love the concept of it, and I think this would be a very cheerful project for the middle of winter.

I'd offer to co-host, but I don't think that would be wise at the moment. If my situation should change after the first of the year, though, I'm up to help out wherever I can.
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Posted 2008-11-26 11:37 AM (#16306 - in reply to #16304)
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I have been thinking about this quilt all day today and have come to the decision that I might dye my own fabrics for this project and will therefore wait until the spring when I am well enough to do so.   Whilst I was doing my City and Guilds qualification a couple of years ago we did a lot of procion dying and plastic bag dying and came up with some beautiful designs and colours and this way I should be able to get the colour graduations that I want.

I will follow this thread avidly though as I want to see all that everyone is making so I can get my daily needed patchwork fix! lol

 

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Jess
Posted 2008-11-26 12:16 PM (#16309 - in reply to #16306)
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Absolutely Milica, you are always welcome to post links to great buys!

Jenn - If blue is still open, I will trade you yellow for the blue. We organized my stash when Mom got here, and I have loads of blue.

Not to overcomplicate things ladies, but.... well there is this fabric out there that comes with 4 shades of a color on a bolt - they are seperated parrallel with the selvage so you get all of the shades on every cut. I could purchase that for the store, and it would work great for this quilt. I am excited about doing a swap, but thought I would throw that out there just in case.

If we have more than one group sign up, we could do one of the two groups with batiks.... that might be fun.... Sorry, am I putting too many additional options out there???   

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Posted 2008-11-26 1:43 PM (#16316 - in reply to #16309)
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Jess do you have a link of the fabric you're talking about? I'm not entirely sure I'm picturing what you describe...

Just a random chance question but are you able to purchase any of Patrick Lose's fabrics? He has some that would be fabulous for this swap.
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Posted 2008-11-26 1:43 PM (#16317 - in reply to #15007)
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oh and I'd LOVE to have the yellow :D
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Posted 2008-11-26 4:47 PM (#16322 - in reply to #15007)
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Okay, Milicia ... please keep in much that the offer stands anytime you want to join a fabric swap and are concerned about mailing issues.    Your idea to dye your own fabrics sounds like the perfect idea for a very special one of a kind color wheel quilt.  Since I am not ready to take on such a challenge, though,  I will enjoy seeing your work in pictures.

I was browsing a quilt magazine today while I was standing in line at Jo-Ann fabrics to buy batting and found a beautiful new fabric line called "Nature's Palette" for Northcott by Lyndhurst Studio  that is available in pastel to dark colorways ...

http://www.northcott.net/index.cfm?action=fabric&fabCatID=1&collectionID=265&colorwayID=438

These are just "gawjus"!

I need to stop looking for fabric ...   Pat

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Posted 2008-11-26 5:03 PM (#16325 - in reply to #15007)
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Jess ... you mean the yummy looking Shade Cascade by Blank Quilting???

 http://www.blankquilting.com/FabricSearch.aspx?keyword=shade%20cascade&PageName=FabricGallery.aspx

 I do love the looks of this line ...

Jenn and all interested, they even have a free pattern download for this line ...

http://www.blankquilting.com/QuiltDetCollection.aspx?CollectionId=164&SearchText=shade%20cascade

I need to stop looking at fabric ...   Pat

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Posted 2008-12-29 1:47 AM (#17857 - in reply to #15007)
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Jess,
Are you talking about something like Sewbatiks 'graduations'? See http://www.sewbatik.com/SearchResult.aspx?CategoryID=121
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Posted 2008-12-31 3:35 PM (#18051 - in reply to #17857)
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Pat, those are the ones I was thinking of. Sally, those you posted are gorgeous too!

Jenn - I can get pretty much any fabrics I want. Patrick has some nice blender lines, but his are far from my favorites. I just haven't found room in the budget for an entire blender line yet. Maybe next summer....

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Posted 2009-01-13 8:12 AM (#19011 - in reply to #15007)
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So...where do we stand on this swap?
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Jess
Posted 2009-01-13 12:22 PM (#19037 - in reply to #19011)
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Hmmmm.... well I guess we need to develop the timeline for the swap. For those of you who are interested, when would you like to swap? March? April? I will talk to Nawma and see when the pattern will be available.

Also, we need a hostess and co-hostess for each of the sets of 6 swappers. Here are the volunteers I see in this thread:

1st set of 6 swappers: Hostess - Cindy, Co-Hostess - Pat
2nd set of 6 swappers:

It looks like we will probably have only one or two sets. If we are a bit short or long on the swappers, we will figure something out.

When we have a timeline set up, I will start a new thread for sign-ups. Cool?

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Posted 2009-01-13 12:39 PM (#19039 - in reply to #19037)
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not trying to dampen anyone's enthusiasm, but no way i can do this swap until april . . . i got's to play "mother of the bride" in march . . .
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Posted 2009-01-13 1:13 PM (#19041 - in reply to #19039)
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I'll host a set. I vote for April as well, we have alot going on here so lets get a few of these other swaps underway so nobody feels "over committed" and doesn't participate.
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Posted 2009-01-14 12:09 PM (#19120 - in reply to #19041)
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Okay, maybe April or May then. We have a bit of time.
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Posted 2009-01-24 10:54 PM (#19952 - in reply to #15007)
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Jess ... if you are still thinking of maybe ordering the Blank Quilting "Shade Cascade" fabrics for this pattern ...

http://www.blankquilting.com/FabricSearch.aspx?keyword=shade%20cascade&PageName=FabricGallery.aspx

... I can now say that I got to fondle these at a nearby quilt shop today.  The color bands are much wider than what appears in this photo. Since there are four color gradations across the WOF, the bands are about 10-11 inches. They had the whole line ... they are gorgeous ... the colors are even nicer close up and the fabric appears to be of good quality. I have not bought any yet ... but I am sure that I will be soon ...   Pat

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Posted 2009-06-11 8:13 AM (#28398 - in reply to #15007)
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I just wanted to bring this one up again since we've now done the other swaps going on and summer has arrived.

I'm still wanting to do this swap! I'll host/co-host a set if I need to.
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Posted 2009-07-14 6:31 PM (#30353 - in reply to #15007)
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Hello, new to this site. I enjoy swaps very much. I actually host swaps on another site. This one caught my eye and would love to join! Is this swap still in the planning stages or has it fizzled out? Hope it continues.

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Posted 2009-07-14 6:46 PM (#30356 - in reply to #30353)
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hi chel!  welcome to the Q&N!!  looking forward to getting to know you better!  i am the resident "menace" from the land of peaches.  we have members from all over and we like to boast that jess has THE best mysteries anywhere on the web!

this swap is kinda in between on the planning stages.  our diva designer connie (nawma) has finished the pattern but we haven't quite gotten ready for the actual swap - it may be after the first of the year just don't know right now . . . but keep an eye on us!  never can tell what'll happen around here!

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Posted 2009-07-14 8:13 PM (#30367 - in reply to #15007)
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Don't worry Chel...I won't let this one fizzle out :) I wanna do it in the worst way!! haha...we've had a whirlwind of things going on around here and it got put on hold for a bit but we WILL get to it.

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Posted 2009-12-03 1:25 PM (#36590 - in reply to #16291)
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Hi,

This sounds like a great swap in which I would like to participate. I like the idea of
starting sometime in the new year, or when we get enough swappers.

My personal opinion is that the strips should be 2 inch wide, as when you consider
there will be two 1/4 inch seams that would make the strip width of 1-1/2 inch.
Anything less would not show enough fabric.

I also have a question: Are the 2 inch strips of pre-washed and ironed fabric?
If not I would suggest that we add that as a requirement as some fabrics do bleed.

I'm willing to be a co-host or help in any way necessary.

Do you have the pattern for this quilt, and the outline of the strip colors?

Have a Great Quilty Day!

Pam Miller
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Annette
Posted 2009-12-06 1:08 PM (#36739 - in reply to #36590)
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I just saw this topic. Please count me in on this swap. I'm up for April or May. I'm behind on Christmas and will be finishing up that in January! lol

As to size of strips, I could use a smaller version, but will go with whatever the group decides. After the first of the year, I would host or co-host a swap too. Just let me know. Love the pattern Connie.

I will be out of touch starting the 12th until after Christmas.

Annette

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Jami
Posted 2009-12-08 1:44 PM (#36827 - in reply to #30356)
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misisipimenace - 2009-07-14 5:46 PM

this swap is kinda in between on the planning stages.  our diva designer connie (nawma) has finished the pattern but we haven't quite gotten ready for the actual swap - it may be after the first of the year just don't know right now . . . but keep an eye on us!  never can tell what'll happen around here!

Jess & Connie-

Was just wondering if this pattern is going to appear in the shop anytime soon?

Jami

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