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Thread: Ripples and Reflections (BOM) quilt design by Laurie Shifrin

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    Ripples and Reflections (BOM) quilt design by Laurie Shifrin

    My LQS is doing this pattern for their 2012 BOM. Is anyone else doing this one? Here's the link to her pattern:http://laurieshifrindesigns.wordpres...ewdesignimage/

    I'm not sure if the fabric will be the same, but I love the purple and turquoise together!

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    Wow that is one big quilt. I love the colors. Luann
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    Oh, that is beautiful, be sure and show us progress!
    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    Pretty colors! May have to look into this~~
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    I don't know of any shops locally that are doing it. It looks like a beauty so please don't forget to provide us with photos!! (I agree I hope the fabric is the same colorway - those colors together are stunning!)
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    That's a beautiful quilt but $26 just for the pattern??? I choke at $15
    If no one ever experimented we'd all still be making 4 patches.

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    That is going to be a beautiful quilt. Love the colors.
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    Yea, the BOM isn't inexpensive. But it really helps me to get out to the shop and enjoy the class. Didn't do the one this year(2011) and have regretted it!

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