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    Hi! I’m new to the group.

    I’m looking forward to connecting with other quilters.

    #2
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    Welcome from central New York.

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      #3
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      Hi! Welcome from Oregon.
      Pam

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        #4
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        Welcome from Texas

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          #5
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          Hi from Sunny Florida! (I bet the guys playing at the Players today are wishing it was more like yesterday! What a change in the weather!)
          Katrina
          “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.” Maya Angelou

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            #6
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            hello from California and welcome to the group.

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              #7
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              Hi, and welcome from Long Island!
              If you could choose to be anything choose kindness.



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                #8
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                Hi , I’m new today too, I’m new to forums even! From WI. I have a question that may have been addressed, but I don’t know where to look. I purchased the pattern Three Dudes and watched Rob’s you tube video. But the finished quilt measures 62x62. Is there anyway to make it a queen sized quilt and not loose the design. Appreciated any advice. Thanks ��

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                  #9
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                  Welcome to both thesenecas and Winnie MC, from Northern California!

                  Winnie I don't know an easy way to turn the Three Dudes quilt into a queen size quilt. It's definitely a non-trivial problem with that particular quilt pattern. Here's my suggestion: Using graph paper, to keep things straight, draw the pattern out. Start by drawing just one block as a sample, then start drawing out the quilt, repeating that block over and over again. You can figure out the number of blocks from one Jelly Roll, so start adding that same number of blocks, working just on one side and either the bottom or the top.

                  If you can get to queen size before "using up" the extra blocks from the second Jelly Roll, then you can do the quilt.

                  As I said, this is not a trivial problem, but it is possible. Let us know what you learn!
                  Toni ... If I keep sewing long enough, will they make their own dinner?

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                    #10
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                    I’ll give it a try, thanks for the suggestion,

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                      #11
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                      Hello Winnie and thesenecas. Welcome to our little corner of the world. This is a great forum and subjects besides quilting just seem to sneak into discussions. You will make lots of new friends here. I am from Wisconsin.

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                        #12
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                        Welcome. I am from NJ originally. Born in Plainfield, lived in Manville most of my years there before moving to Florida. I worked at AT&T and one of the locations I was at for a while was Bedminster. I got myself away from the winters. Good to see you here.
                        Karen
                        Life is short - Live everyday to the fullest

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                          #13
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                          Welcome from New England!
                          Bloom where you are planted.....

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                            #14
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                            Welcome from Pennsylvania!
                            Tracie

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                              #15
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                              Welcome from Minnesota where we're still covered in snow!

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