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fabriholic
Posted 2011-07-22 10:07 AM (#61910 - in reply to #61899)
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Donna, those are just gorgeous!
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Lizzie
Posted 2011-07-22 10:45 AM (#61911 - in reply to #61423)
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Wow Donna! I love them! That's A LOT of points!

Lizzie.

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Quilt Mama
Posted 2011-07-22 10:59 AM (#61913 - in reply to #61423)
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Some more lovely finishes.
Debbieann--I may have to bite the bullet and dig out my degree ruler. That is something I have had since the mid 90s along with a book with all the basics and a number of circle quilts. I have played with it but never made a finished article. Think it is time, that is after I finish, the top I am working on currently. The runner will be present a challenge of a different kind.
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debbieann
Posted 2011-07-22 11:06 AM (#61916 - in reply to #61423)
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Agnes....I have to admit ...that runner.............well it looks so detailed and complicated..it is so simple to do. It takes 8 fqs. You sew in strips,light to dark, which are cut in certain widths. Then lay the wedge ruler on and cut. resew and .......it is done.

Easy to do...when there is less heat. Yesterday we hit 38C add humidex= 48 C which = 123F. ...not a good day around hear.

we are expecting more today but not as high hunidexex......I hope not................I think I am melted........lol

hugs and stitches


Debbieann
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Quilt Mama
Posted 2011-07-22 11:56 PM (#61934 - in reply to #61423)
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Debbieann--I know that it is not really difficult. It just has to hit the "I have to do this" stage. I'm not there yet. Right now I am working on my "24 Times Too Pretty Not to Cut." I'm coming along great but man am I ever giving the brain a workout and still confusing myself. Alternate name for this project is "Alzheimer Chaser." In comparison, on the confusion level the runner would be a no brainer after googling it and getting a better look.
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Dorian
Posted 2011-07-23 8:46 AM (#61937 - in reply to #61423)
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Lovely Donna!! although it kind of makes my eyes a little dizzy. lol
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SallyC
Posted 2011-07-23 3:02 PM (#61950 - in reply to #61423)
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Lovely spirl runner! May have to break down and buy a 9 or 10 degree ruler!

Donna--very nice, especially the first one (on my 'to do' list!) do like all the free patterns Bonnie has! My twin took a class from her and I've been doing leaders and enders ever since (hence many, many HST, 4 patches and 9 patches that finish 3" or less!)
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MadameD
Posted 2011-07-31 8:02 PM (#62278 - in reply to #61423)
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I finished this one up this afternoon



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Dorian
Posted 2011-08-01 8:56 AM (#62289 - in reply to #61423)
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Nice looking quilt Dana!
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scraphappydenise
Posted 2011-08-01 10:50 AM (#62304 - in reply to #61423)
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Dana .... that is great. I love the use of the stripe for your binding...
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scraphappydenise
Posted 2011-08-01 10:54 AM (#62305 - in reply to #61423)
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Debbieann- somehow I missed your spiral tablerunner last week..... your daughter will love it. And your girlfriends are so sweet to come help cheer you up.

Donna - how large are your two Bonnie Hunter quilts? did you do ocean waves as a leaders and enders?

I have a hard time doing that.... I get sidetracked and want to move on to the next project.... guess I need to just keep trying. The results are so awesome... and I love the results. I see on her blog that she is doing a cheddar bowtie leader/ender challenge right now.... those bowties are cute...... and TINY!
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