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Posted on:11/6/12 5:58 PM
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renren said... (11/14/12 6:50 PM) Reply
Thanks for your comments! They are greatly appreciated. Loti, I'm estimating the following: 2 hrs for the quilt top; 12 hours for the binding (which was sewn on by machine at the front; by hand at the back); 15 hours for the actual quilting of which 1/3 was probably pressing. Lots of pressing. So that would total out at 29 hours give or take an hour.
treefrog said... (11/7/12 5:41 PM) Reply
Gorgeous quilt Ren. Looks fantastic draped over the new balcony
r e n said... (11/7/12 11:26 AM) Reply
Very happy colors.
marec said... (11/7/12 10:41 AM) Reply
You did it!! It is wonderful and you have inspired me to try this next spring (cannot work on something this big in the travel trailer).
rtrittel said... (11/7/12 9:58 AM) Reply
I participated in a jelly roll race at my local quilt shop - and won! Well, I finished first anyways. Aren't they fun events? Now I need to actually quilt mine - you are a great inspiration - yours looks wonderful - the colors are so happy - well done!
Margaret said... (11/7/12 7:28 AM) Reply
Great-looking quilt!
jannw said... (11/7/12 1:52 AM) Reply
Sure turned out well..A fun project with great results!! Congrats!
loti said... (11/7/12 0:47 AM) Reply
Lovely quilt, how long did it take you to make from start to finish?
PattyGee said... (11/6/12 10:50 PM) Reply
So cute! I can't wait to do this. The Missouri Quilt Co. has a lot of tutorials, very helpful review.
ArtAttack said... (11/6/12 8:30 PM) Reply
What a gorgeous quilt! To me it is very "Kaffe Fassett" whose quilts and use of colors I adore. This is very happy! I make a quilt top every once in a while but I don't like the quilting process. Great job on the eating the whole sandwich!!
Marie367 said... (11/6/12 8:03 PM) Reply
Very nice and great directions! I think I could even do this!
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