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« Planning my Dancing Stars Quilt | Main | Thankful Thursday »

January 23, 2013

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Katie Z.

Every time you post about this quilt, I'm a little more tempted to start it!

elle

ooh! All those little ears! At first I thought you had scrambled your cut triangles! Looks good!

Cindy Is Crafty

Dancing stars litter postcards, anyone? :O)

Debbie St. Germain

That is a lot of cutting but well worth the effort, since it will be a beautiful quilt.

Debbie

Patty

That sure is a lot of triangles! Love the bright colors of the triangles with the soft background.

laceflower

I thought all this tedious cutting was what the Go Cutter was for? No cutter/template the correct size?
Your gradient hand dyed fabric is going to make a wonderfully exciting quilt.

Karol-Ann

Cute ears! I hate the cutting bit, but as you say, once it's done, you can enjoy the sewing!

Andrea

I wouldn't want to throw away the ears, either. The only thing I can think of is to corral them under some tulle, so I can't wait to see what you come up with.

Angela

This is going to be one gorgeous quilt!

Lori in South Dakota

glad to see someone besides me tapes paper templates to their rulers! All the bits were so colorful. Cold here on the prairie--most schools are closed because of the cold/severe wind chill. I'm staying inside. Until spring I think!

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