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  1. Barb
    Barb March 11, 2014 at 2:44 pm |

    Jean , thanks for the lessons learned as I have big areas of skipped stitches. Am cozy with my seam ripper ,right now for sure. Took a break from undoing quilting to read this. 🙂 Great quilt name. Looking forward to seeing it in person I always enjoy your work. .

  2. Lynn Swanson
    Lynn Swanson March 11, 2014 at 6:58 pm |

    Jean our stories are almost parallel. I loved the look of your quilt top – loved the fabric and the design, when you showed it at guild…..sorry Murphy bit you.

    I actually gave up quilting my Prism (modern Mini) and finished a wonky log cabin instead. The Prism had lots of bias cuts and perhaps as you say the steam pressing may have shrunk the fabric. Anyway I will rethink the quilting and attack it at some other time. The wonky log cabin is indeed wonky, went together easily — but more quilting practice definitely required!

  3. Pam
    Pam March 12, 2014 at 7:51 am |

    In spite of all that (and Lana’s comments. LOL!) it turned out beautifully. The smashing. is perfect!

  4. Pam
    Pam March 12, 2014 at 7:52 am |

    Make that sashing!!!!! love auto correct!

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