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  1. This is my version of the Angel Quilt. This was the first Whole cloth style quilt I have done. I used a 60" wide satin for the top and a flannel for the back a thin 80/20 batt with a poly on top of that. I marked my design with a blue wash-out marker then used the circle thingy to make the centres of the feathered squares, also used Linda's cross thatch rulers in the middle area. I love both of these tools. I am making this quilt for my oldest daughter she is expecting her first child in the fall. she loves to take photos so I am sure she will have fun with the quilt in the future. Thank-you for looking and have a great day.
  2. Wow am I having fun with my Grand Illusion Mystery Quilt. This is the first time I have used my Circle Thingy and I love it....Having the table blissed is a blessing it is so smooth and makes CC so much easier. I have one row done and love how it is turning out I will post more pics at the end...I am enjoying myself I just had to show somebody. Thanks for looking Sew Long for now My quilt is done and I love it.... Add a sleeve and put the label on and It will be ready for the Quilt Show. Yippee thanks for looking
  3. Hi, Please check out our new Circle Thingy at: http://circlelordcirclethingy.blogspot.ca/ Like 125 circle templates. Thank you, Michael Price LIst and Index http://circlelordindex.blogspot.com/
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