Friday, August 19, 2016

Crosscut Showing Three

Even after sharing the first and second collections of completed Crosscut quilts, they still just keep coming. With today's grouping, the finishes from the over 100 participants in the Crosscut Quilt-Along total 43. And every one is special in its own right. Come and see!














Aren't they fun? If you haven't tried the technique yet and want to, just check out the tutorial and give it a go! All these beauties and more can be found under the Instagram hashtags #crosscutquiltalong and #crosscutblocks.

18 comments:

  1. wow! I continue to be amazed. makes me want to do it again

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  2. What a lot of wonderful eye candy -- this technique is definitely on my list to make again (and again). Thanks, Debbie!

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  3. Wow the new batch really has some different takes. Thanks for sharing again!

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  4. So many participants, variety and possibilites. Thanks for featuring mine in the group.

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    1. I absolutely love yours!!! Its delicious!

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  5. More lovlies to inspire those of us who have this quilt on our list for "doing"!

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  6. I never tired at looking at these! Thank you for sharing!

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  7. This is a fun piece and I love seeing all the variations in design.

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  8. It is amazing! They all look very good!
    KATRIN W.

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  9. These are all so wonderful! Thanks for sharing :)

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  10. the results are endless....so many ideas to explore.

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  11. The fact that they're all so different and yet they're all great quilts means you designed a super pattern/tutorial! Thank you, Debbie! All of these quilts are wonderful! Makes me want to A. finish the one I've got to quilt (soon!) and B. start a new one!

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  12. Thanks for including mine. This was a fun project to do.

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  13. It's so fun seeing the variety in these, including the bear and elephant. Oh my!

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  14. These all are such great quilts! This was so much fun! I want to make another one. Thanks for sharing mine! IG kbcjohn

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  15. Love, love, love them all. I'm quite taken with the idea of a contrasting border, as done by kmjamchow. Other pictures here:
    http://sewsunshine.blogspot.fr/2016/08/crosscut-n-more.html

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  16. Some of the color ways are so fantastic! Very nice grouping

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  17. The more crosscut quilts I see the more I like this pattern, great!

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