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Old June 21st 08, 07:15 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
claudia
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For those of you who remember me asking about thick batting some time
ago, and remember what I wanted it for, you may be interested in
seeing what I did with it!

I made a log cabin quilt for my king size bed using the quilt as you
go technique. And placed the blocks in a mountain pattern. Judge for
yourself!

I have also made a test version of a lone star pattern using the
quiltsmart technique.

Don't know if this one will ever get quilted, but like the
technique.

http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...72117102SLaiWA

Claudia
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Old June 21st 08, 07:40 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
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Love the log cabin quilt as well as the lone star.

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Mary
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"claudia" wrote in message
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For those of you who remember me asking about thick batting some time
ago, and remember what I wanted it for, you may be interested in
seeing what I did with it!

I made a log cabin quilt for my king size bed using the quilt as you
go technique. And placed the blocks in a mountain pattern. Judge for
yourself!

I have also made a test version of a lone star pattern using the
quiltsmart technique.

Don't know if this one will ever get quilted, but like the
technique.

http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...72117102SLaiWA

Claudia


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Old June 21st 08, 07:48 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
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"claudia" wrote in message
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For those of you who remember me asking about thick batting some time
ago, and remember what I wanted it for, you may be interested in
seeing what I did with it!

I made a log cabin quilt for my king size bed using the quilt as you
go technique. And placed the blocks in a mountain pattern. Judge for
yourself!

I have also made a test version of a lone star pattern using the
quiltsmart technique.

Don't know if this one will ever get quilted, but like the
technique.

http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...72117102SLaiWA

Claudia


Lovely Claudia, just lovely!
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Old June 21st 08, 09:59 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
Patti
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They're both lovely, Claudia.

I really like the log cabin arrangement - very pretty.
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claudia writes
For those of you who remember me asking about thick batting some time
ago, and remember what I wanted it for, you may be interested in
seeing what I did with it!

I made a log cabin quilt for my king size bed using the quilt as you
go technique. And placed the blocks in a mountain pattern. Judge for
yourself!

I have also made a test version of a lone star pattern using the
quiltsmart technique.

Don't know if this one will ever get quilted, but like the
technique.

http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...72117102SLaiWA

Claudia


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Old June 22nd 08, 12:58 AM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
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On 22 Jun, 04:15, claudia wrote:
For those of you who remember me asking about thick batting some time
ago, and remember what I wanted it for, you may be interested in
seeing what I did with it!

I made a log cabin quilt for my king size bed using the quilt as you
go technique. And placed the blocks in a mountain pattern. Judge for
yourself!

I have also made a test version of a lone star pattern using the
quiltsmart technique.

Don't know if this one will ever get quilted, but like the
technique.

http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...72117102SLaiWA

Claudia


Love the log cabin, very pretty. The LS is terrific too - I wonder
what the 'quiltsmart' technique is? Aren't we all smart??

Cheers
Bronnie
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Old June 22nd 08, 01:45 AM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
Gen
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The log cabin looks so elegant. Very nice.
Gen

"claudia" wrote in message
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For those of you who remember me asking about thick batting some time
ago, and remember what I wanted it for, you may be interested in
seeing what I did with it!

I made a log cabin quilt for my king size bed using the quilt as you
go technique. And placed the blocks in a mountain pattern. Judge for
yourself!

I have also made a test version of a lone star pattern using the
quiltsmart technique.

Don't know if this one will ever get quilted, but like the
technique.

http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...72117102SLaiWA

Claudia



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Old June 22nd 08, 02:16 AM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
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http://www.quiltsmart.com/Pages/mo_lonestar.htm
j.

wrote...
Love the log cabin, very pretty. The LS is terrific too -
I wonder
what the 'quiltsmart' technique is? Aren't we all smart??
Cheers
Bronnie



claudia wrote:
For those of you who remember me asking about thick
batting some time
ago, and remember what I wanted it for, you may be
interested in
seeing what I did with it!

I made a log cabin quilt for my king size bed using the
quilt as you
go technique. And placed the blocks in a mountain
pattern. Judge for
yourself!
I have also made a test version of a lone star pattern
using the
quiltsmart technique.
Don't know if this one will ever get quilted, but like
the
technique.
http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...72117102SLaiWA
Claudia




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Old June 22nd 08, 02:55 AM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
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On 22 Jun, 11:16, "nzlstar*" wrote:
http://www.quiltsmart.com/Pages/mo_lonestar.htm
j.

wrote...
Love the log cabin, very pretty. The LS is terrific too -
I wonder
what the 'quiltsmart' technique is? Aren't we all smart??
Cheers
Bronnie

claudia wrote:
For those of you who remember me asking about thick
batting some time
ago, and remember what I wanted it for, you may be
interested in
seeing what I did with it!


I made a log cabin quilt for my king size bed using the
quilt as you
go technique. And placed the blocks in a mountain
pattern. Judge for
yourself!
I have also made a test version of a lone star pattern
using the
quiltsmart technique.
Don't know if this one will ever get quilted, but like
the
technique.
http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...72117102SLaiWA
Claudia


Thanks Jeanne, thata's a very neat application for LS. Might try it
one day.
Cheers
Bronnie
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Old June 22nd 08, 03:19 AM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
nzlstar*[_2_]
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i'd not seen that before either, that i recall anyhow,
Bronnie.
did you look at the other blocks they do that way?
i use regular interfacing method for applique (rather than
the fuseable).
never thot to use it as they have for those designs.
looks do-able and rather useful to me.
j.

wrote...
Thanks Jeanne, thata's a very neat application for LS.
Might try it
one day.
Cheers
Bronnie


http://www.quiltsmart.com/Pages/mo_lonestar.htm
j.


wrote...
Love the log cabin, very pretty. The LS is terrific
too -
I wonder what the 'quiltsmart' technique is? Aren't we
all smart??
Cheers
Bronnie



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Old June 22nd 08, 01:26 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
Roberta Zollner
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Well done! That LC looks great on the bed, pretty colors. I'd love to see
your Lone Star quilted!
Roberta in D

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For those of you who remember me asking about thick batting some time
ago, and remember what I wanted it for, you may be interested in
seeing what I did with it!

I made a log cabin quilt for my king size bed using the quilt as you
go technique. And placed the blocks in a mountain pattern. Judge for
yourself!

I have also made a test version of a lone star pattern using the
quiltsmart technique.

Don't know if this one will ever get quilted, but like the
technique.

http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...72117102SLaiWA

Claudia



 




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