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    I'm working on a quilt for my niece. She graduated in December with her Bachelor's degree in Mathematical Biology. I'm so proud of her. This quilt will have a million small geese and less than a million large geese!

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    kern, at least she'll be able to appreciate all that math!

    In a world where you can be anything, be kind.

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      #3
      I'm working on this crib sized top that needs an inner border and more 4 patches sewn together for the outer border.

      ETA: Scrolling past the picture again I see a seam that's coming open on the border piecing...

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      In a world where you can be anything, be kind.

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        #4
        FreedomLover LOVE blue, white , yellow! Looking really good!

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          VICTORY60 Thanks! That's my all time favorite color combination.
          In a world where you can be anything, be kind.

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            #6
            So pretty I bet she will love this!!! I’m also making a quilt for my great Niece.

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              #7
              I am working on my first ever quilt, for my daughter to use when she starts college in the fall. I don’t have a border yet, still deciding on a color.

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                #8
                I've got a couple things in the works though I haven't touched them in a while. I'm hoping to before too much longer.

                I have a 6" Square Dance cut out and stored in a gallon zippy. It just needs pieced.

                I have a quilt for my son in progress. I'm still piecing the fog. The fog material was dyed at a guild class.

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                  #9
                  I decided to make my niece a quilt using charm packs. Have ten blocks completed, forty more...

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                  • Knitnurd
                    Knitnurd commented
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                    I've only ever made one quilt (for my eldest granddaughter when she got married 4 years ago), and my husband has decided we need more of them in the house (I love that man!). I have wanted to use pre-cuts, but wasn't sure I had the confidence to do it. Thank you for sharing this..it's going to be lovely!! What size will it be in the end?

                  • kranhu
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                    Knitnurd, it will be a twin size for her bed.

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                  Hello all! I am a part of a quilting ministry and recently finished this baby quilt.

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                  • Knitnurd
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                    That is really beautiful!

                  • knittinginthedesert
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                    Cute baby quilt 😊

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                  • Mjoans
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                    LOL - my comments are in the pic, getting used to trying to use this site and after two tries, at least I was able to post a pic - anyway, trying no tear paper piecing with freezer paper -

                  • knittinginthedesert
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                    This looks interesting 🧡 and I love your machine!

                  #13
                  I've got lots of stuff too! lol....Right now I am putting together my husbands log cabin...I have all the squares, but need to sew them together

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                      I finished the block I was working on using a new to me method of paper piecing with freezer paper. If anyone is interested I do have the link to the method and the pattern. I don't know if I actually liked this method better, there is no tearing but I don't think it is as perfect as other methods. I did prove to myself again that the old grocery store freezer paper is the best. I tried using the sheets I had and they were not good, you really need paper you can depend on for this method.Click image for larger version

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                      • Carlota
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                        Nice work and your photo is excellent. Very pretty!
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                      • dogtrnr
                        dogtrnr commented
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                        Your block is lovely!!!!

                      • Sings4joy
                        Sings4joy commented
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                        This is so pretty! I haven't done paper piecing for a while and have only used regular paper...no, I take that back. I bought foundation paper a few years ago which was shear enough to copy a design on, strong enough to sew thru and light enough to tear easily.
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