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Thread: Your favorite quilt?

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    Super Member auntpiggylpn's Avatar
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    I love a snowball quilt and anything with HSTs!
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    I seem to be attracted to more complex patterns like mariners compass and Judy Niemeyer patterns. But I like simpler things too as long as they are visually stimulating. I love to have a person look at one of my quilts and say "how'd she do that??" I really love illusion quilts that give the impression of 3D designs but have only made attic windows and tumbling blocks. I have not yet tried the OBW cube designs or the quilts of illusion that look like 9 patch cubes.

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    I love the calming effect of piecing traditional blocks. I have tried my hand at applique and enjoy it. I want to try my hand at a borgello. I love the designs of so many of the borgello, the way the colors flow. I think if I try a borgello, I am going to buy a kit. I am not experienced enough to pick out the fabric colors to get the flow I want.
    Happy Sewing, Lisa E.

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    I like the Friendship Star block. When I need a quick quilt but don't want a plain 9 patch I do it. I have found that the design I make the most is kaleidoscope fans quilts. I think I have made about 8 of them. When I started quilting I would have laughed at someone who told me I would like doing fan quilts.

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    Senior Member Gail B's Avatar
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    I love making quilts with applique.

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    Love the old fashioned but especially log cabin.
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    I love just about every category of quilts... but seem to make more of traditional with cream or white backgrounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gail B View Post
    I love making quilts with applique.
    Gail I LOVE the penguin blocks in your avatar! So adorable!

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    I love to take traditional patterns and remake them in batiks or other contemporary fabrics. Everything has to be rotary cut and chain-pieced for me due to time.....
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    It is hard to say which is my favorite style of quilt but I do love Crazy Quilts.
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