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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Whimsical, Casual
Sandra in CA on craftsy.com

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Magical Slice and Dice

Sandra in CA on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cotton fabric and poly batting.

Sandra in CA on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I love this pattern and how you put it together (no triangles). It truly is magical.

Sandra in CA on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have fun. It is a challenge, but if you take your time and line up the fabric before cutting it really is easy and all the blocks came out really neat (no need to fussy cut). I have done several quilt using this pattern as it looks like you have used many fabrics, but really it is only 1 main fabric (it needs to be a large print with lots of action).

Sandra in CA on craftsy.com

I Love it .

05/15/2012 Flag

Where can I get your pattern from,I would love to make one like it so much.Thank you Geraldine

05/15/2012 Flag

Where can I get the pattern from I would love to make one of my own,I love your material,colors,contrast.Thank you.

05/15/2012 Flag

Just click the link I put under Pattern Info. It is a paid pattern, but it is so worth it.

05/15/2012 Flag

I can not find your pattern please HELP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.Thank you .

05/16/2012 Flag

here is the direct link, http://www.robinquiltsetc.com/magicslice.html

05/16/2012 Flag

I love this one! So easy and so versatile. There are some fantastic large prints available right now, so this might be my next quick and easy project.

05/16/2012 Flag

I love how this one came out!

06/03/2012 Flag

I have a larger one with a sea print that I just go done picking out about 10 or the 30 blocks I started to machine quilt. Started 1 time and was not doing so well so I quit then when I started again I used a different color thread and didn't like that result. So now I am going to practice and it is on my list of things to do this summer. Just got my new sewing machine and quilted 2 lap size quilts for the quilt guild yesterday. What thread do you like for machine quilting?

06/03/2012 Flag

I really like aurifil thread a lot for machine quilting - the 50 weight seems to be just right, not too heavy and comes in lots of colors.

06/03/2012 Flag