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Ohmygosh Supersized

by Linda Glover
(Ontario, Canada)

Ohmygosh Supersized

Ohmygosh Supersized

I saw this quilt hanging on a wall in the background on a quilt website...and spent the next three days searching for the pattern name and order info.

I was able to purchase the pattern while on a trip to Shipshewana, Indianna (Lollys Fabrics).

However, after reading the pattern instructions, I thought this is too small for me to work to the drawing board I went...

My 9 patch strips are 1.5", and each square is 3.25" x 3 = 9.75". I believe each block is a finished 8.5".

I must say that after quilting for the last 15 years, this is my finest piece. There are 4067 pieces in this quilt, and yes I would make it again...playing with the size of the squares...and maybe try it using the same background fabric throughout the quilt.

Although I have shied away from time consuming quilt projects or tedious ones, in the past...This quilt has created an addiction to intricate quilts... with lots of pieces...maybe I can start to deplete my ever growing mounds of material in my closet...

Thanks Sue for a great pattern...
Linda Glover
Canadian quilter

Click here to see Ohmigosh! made at the size as called for in the pattern by Sue Garman.

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May 26, 2015
do you remember me from the london quilt retreats
by: debbey ballard

hi i hope you remember me. i am from lake orion,michigan. i ran into you first online with the quiltswapper group. i went to their get together in st. louis and i think you were there too, but i definitely remember you from the london quilt retreats put on by maria desousa fox. your quilt here is so beautiful, very special, i'm still quilting too.maybe someday i will be lucky enough to run into you again.
debbey ballard

Jan 16, 2014
Ohmygosh Supersized HELP
by: Beverly

How do you supersize the other parts of the pattern? Like the shoo fly block and back ground.
The shirting blocks. I guess I'm be dense but if you could make answer my questions. I've read and reread the pattern and your supersized comments.


Beverly Wetzel
614 West Pine Street
Shamokin, Penna. 17872

Dec 08, 2011
by: Eve Bursey

That quilt is a masterpiece! It's certainly a testament of someone's patience and skill! Definitely an heirloom! Great job!

Nov 09, 2011
Beautiful Quilt
by: Ela

I love this quilt. What a wonderful job and an inspiration to me to try more intricate piece work.

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