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Thread: Barn Raising Scrap Quilt.

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    Senior Member Mary O's Avatar
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    Barn Raising Scrap Quilt.

    Pulled out floral scraps for this quilt,so these are the colors I had to deal with.Not very bright. Pattern from a Nickel Quilts book.
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    Its very pretty!
    SueDor

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    I really like this quilt top! The colors are soothing and calm but it still has movement going on. What is the name of this pattern? It's really pretty!

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    Very pretty!!!!
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    that is so sweet..love it

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    very calming and relaxing looking quilt top. Can't wait to see the finished product. I really like the colors you have used.
    Cindy

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    I love the muted look of this quilt. Kind of has that shabby chic thing going for it.
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    Now this is one scrappy that I like. I think it's the pattern that does it. One can use their imagination & come out on top...

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    A great way to use up large florals. I have a bunch of them that I've never done anything with. Thanks for sharing.
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    Looks good to me...
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    Love quilting also.

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