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  1. Judith1005's Avatar
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    So sorry you do not like this particular pattern. It is actually one of my favorites. And, if I really look hard I can kind of sorta see the pattern. Your quilting is really very pretty. I like the contrasting color thread you used.
  2. bettycell's Avatar
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    Nice! I'm thinking of doing a low contrast pinwheel quilt in a watercolor style...
    Is there something in the air? <S>
  3. Emalea's Avatar
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    I love it. Although the pattern may not be as obvious, it shows a huge pop of color and almost a modern Jackson Pollickish look. I see no reason for you to be unhappy with it. I'd be proud to have my name on it.
  4. Alison Townley's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrappy Grace
    This is a gorgeous quilt! Very well done.
    thank you, please have a look at more of my work www.mycrosspatch.com
  5. jerryjennifer's Avatar
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    That is gorgeous. Way to go
  6. Aylahopper's Avatar
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    That is absolutely beautiful!
  7. TootsieScott's Avatar
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    I can see why it's your favorite. Well done!
  8. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Wow, Beautiful. I love how you quilted it. It lets the pattern of your quilt shine.
  9. Scrappy Grace's Avatar
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    This is a gorgeous quilt! Very well done.
  10. agentomie's Avatar
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    Beautiful!
  11. Judith1005's Avatar
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    I love this quilt. The colors are so vibrant and pretty against the black. (I know pretty wasn't exactly what you were going for.) But, I like it just the same.
  12. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Very Pretty. I really like the Union Jack done in florals. It's interesting and unexpected.
  13. Alison Townley's Avatar
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    If you want to see this cushion " in the flesh" as it were, it will be found in a Quilt exhibition at Bilsborough Village Hall on the A6 North of Preston in Lancashire, 19th, 20th and 21st of April, I'll be stewarding on Saturday morning, see you there.
  14. Suzan88's Avatar
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    My son did the Goth thing when he was about 17, going to a Moshing pit in Manchester UK for fun (fun!). I even helped him to apply his black or burgundy nail varnish and bought him a Matrix inspired black leather coat that skimmed the floor. He wore out the coat and grew out of the Goth lifestyle before he went to University...there's hope.
  15. Suzan88's Avatar
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    I liked this so much I looked up the Fibonacci sequence (I was math challenged and never came across it before) and I found so many fabulous images of examples in nature and design that would be perfect for quilting.
    Updated 04-07-2013 at 03:53 AM by Suzan88 (spelling)

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