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Thread: Aunt Verna's Cottage- quilted

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    Super Member JenniePenny's Avatar
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    Aunt Verna's Cottage- quilted

    I created this quilt top from an image of a pattern I saw. I didn't have the pattern. It worked well for me for using a large scale print that I didn't want to cut too small.
    The two individual block components are Square in a Square, and Indian Star.
    Then I got a few suggestions on the board last spring for making the borders. (The burnt orange fabric was a fQ I got from my son for Mother's day, and I wanted to incorporate it right away into this project that I had just started the day before. It was not part of my original idea but I like it now.) This is a very generous full size.

    The top sat around for a while: a lady in waiting, as they say. It has been professionally quilted. The quilter and I collaborated quite a bit on the quilting theme of the quilt. We both love it and I am so pleased!
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    Very pretty!

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    i love the colors and the quilting you chose.
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    Beautiful quilt, so calming. I love it!

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Love BOTH the quilt and quilting. So pretty

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    Beautiful! What a good idea.
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    Love the colors, pattern and quilting.

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    I love the design that you use for quilting.Vary pretty quilt.

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    great quilt and love the fabrics too!!!

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