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Thursday, January 03, 2013

Ursula’s Easy Street!

I got an email this morning with a photo of a completed Easy Street center!  Way to go, Ursula!

She writes:

Hi Bonnie!
I finished my Easy Street Top today and just wanted to let you know how much fun I had! Thank you for all the work you do for us, all the time, energy and creativity you so generously gift us with!
Uschi
(now to find a place big enough to baste this top and then struggle with my sewing machine to quilt it...)
 
ursula1

What a beautiful finish!

Thanks for sharing, Uschi!

46 comments:

  1. Great quilt! Congratulations on the finish Ursula! Good luck with the machine quilting.

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  2. awesome, I finished mine 5 min ago going to post about it

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  3. Holy Cow, really amazingly wonderful.

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  4. It turned out so pretty! Not colors I would have picked, but they look so good together

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  5. Fantastic!!!!!
    Liebe Grüße Grit

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  6. Way to go Ursula! Looks absolutely gorgeous!

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  7. This is such a pretty quilt, I'm working on my toady, I'm ready to start Step 5 after lunch, getting close to a finish!!

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  8. Way to go, Uschi! It looks awesome! Now I need to get busy! I'm done with the A's.....and just starting the B's!

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  9. I was really hesitant about the purple, but turns out these are my daughters favorite colors. So I'll be finishing it for her room! Thank you Bonnie, you are so generous to all of us!

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  10. It is amazing. Congratulations!

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  11. Amazing and so very striking. Congratulations on your finish!

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  12. Ursula, your top is beautiful! Congratulations on a speedy finish.

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  13. Gorgeous!Wow-you must be really dedicated to get it all together ad finished so fast!

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    1. Well, with the end of my Christmas vacation coming up, I needed to be dedicated or end up with another UFO...
      Thank you
      Uschi

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  14. Beautiful! I love those colors!! Mine is really the Ugly Ducking...everyone thought it was ugly, but turned into a beautiful swan. I hope to get enough of it done for Linky Monday, as I'm just loving it.

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  15. So beautiful ! I'm anxious to get back to Florida to continue working on mine. We've been vacationing in NC.

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  16. Way to go Uschi! You are dedicated for sure. Love the way it turned out! Are you puttong a border on it?

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    1. Thank you! No, I will not add a border as it is huge as it is. I plan to put a purple binding on it.
      Uschi

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  17. It's just beautiful! Congratulations. I have everything together and ready to start working on my blocks tomorrow after work. I hope to have the top finished by the end of the weekend. You are my inspiration. :)

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  18. ¡beautiful! It's very dificult for me!

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  19. Wonderful! I'm working on the sets of blocks in step 8 - can't wait until I get it done!

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  20. That is beautiful! I love it!

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    It is so beautiful, I am trying to do at least four blocks a night after work, you have got us hooked, I love my Bonnie Hunter time and am spreading the word, I also recently set up a blog and hope to link in on Monday! Thank you for sharing , now I had better get the thread moving! Annie

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  22. Your top is beautiful. Congrats on such a timely finish. And thank you Bonnie for a wonderful mystery pattern.

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  23. Great Job! I was thinking about kitting the blocks, but then I noticed more chain piecing of segments could get me done faster -- "house" units to "geese/brick" units, and 4 patch to green squares. Might try this to see if it goes together faster.

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  24. Can't wait till the link up to see all the beautiful new heirlooms!
    I have a friend who is just starting hers and when she saw the reveal she said: I thought you said this was an easy one! lol
    They all get sewn one seam at a time. Great Mystery- cw

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  25. Oh now I do feel bad! LOL it's gorgeous.... I'm just having difficulty w turning some of those squares and Flying geese the right way! unsewen 2 of the blocks today. I hope to get them resewn tonight.

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    1. Do not feel bad! I had to unsew so many seams when putting the blocks together....
      Uschi

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  26. After seeing Ursula's quilt earlier this afternoon I was motivated to get going on my quilt. I spent a couple of hours putting together the rest of the blocks. Now I just need to arrange them and sew them together.

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  27. Beautiful finish. Well done. I hope to have mine finished soon too.

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  28. Yay, Ursula, good for you. It is beautiful.

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  29. Ursula, You are a rue inspiration!!! Beautiful!!!!!
    Jeanne

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  30. I just finished step 7!! Plan to start the blocks in step 8 tomorrow! Great job everyone. :)

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  31. Great job, Ursula! Love it!!

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  32. WOW - looks terrific! Good job!

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  33. Ursula that is Stunning! How fun to see the top completed looking so comfy waiting for the final. Great job you inspire us all.

    Debbie

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  34. Beautiful.....love this quilt....THANKS for sharing URSULA and a big thank you to Bonnie for the YET ANOTHER GREAT MYSTERY DESIGN!

    sao in Midlothian, VA

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  35. great great great EASY STREET Mystery - Thank You Bonnie!!! posted mine on your quiltville facebook page. hunting more w/b for the borders then ready to quilt! :D

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  36. Love the look! Can't wait to get my red, navy, yellow and brown one done. I was just "checking" where my colors would end up, and it is perfect for me! Hopefully this weekend I will get my top done. Of course I need to finish steps 6 and on first!!!

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  37. Wow, how beautiful! I am still back at step 2... great job!

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  38. Ursula, that is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  39. Uschi, I was working on mine today. I know what you mean about having to unsew. Those darn 4 patches just go which ever way the want no mater how I tell them.

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