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    It is amazing I love h rail fence. I am surprised at the colours . When I have a jelly roll only have 2 stripes of each pattern/colour and could not make this.
    If you donot like it when it is finished will look great in my kitchen

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    Looks great, get busy and finish it.
    When you feel like you are drowning in life, don't worry---
    Your Lifeguard walks on water.

    Pat M.

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    Quote Originally Posted by earthwalker View Post
    I really like it....sometimes you have to quilt it to bring it to life.
    Its very pretty and I agree w/ earthwalker. Quilting it will change the whole perspective.
    Have discovered paper piecing!
    OH YEAH

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    Don't abandon it, just fly with it, like cut the 8 1/2 " squares at a diagonal and fracture them and resew together . If you are an abstract type of artist , you could get funky with them. Maybe even create something new out of a classic rail fence block. I do this sometimes when I'm not excited about a look.
    Have discovered paper piecing!
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    i love those colors. the layout works!
    Nancy in western NY

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    I really like what you've done; not too bright at all.

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    I think your lay out looks great! I'm inspired! Is that one jelly roll? How big is the top? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by luana View Post
    I think your lay out looks great! I'm inspired! Is that one jelly roll? How big is the top? Thanks
    Yes, it is one jelly roll. I have never bought one before, so I don't know if they come in more than one size. I got it at Tuesday Morning, for a pretty good price. I still have 16 pieces left. I haven't sewn these together yet, but right now it is 50x60.

    Thanks everyone, for your encouraging words. I had started off to make the 3 dudes jelly roll that Missouri Star Quilt has a video on, and I could still do that, but I think this works better for me. I'm not sure why. I think I have fabric that I will like better in the 3 dudes jelly roll.

    Dina

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    Very pretty color combo and I love the longer size rails!

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    I like it and love the colors.

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