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Thread: Butterfly quilt top

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    Senior Member CarolLady's Avatar
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    I finished this quilt top today. It was an interesting pattern. I had to use the seam ripper many times. (I feel the pain of those that have posted about how they were "friends/enemies" with the seam ripper)

    I will say some of the times I had to use the seam ripper, I feel the pattern didn't give enough information on how the blocks went together.

    Quilt was designed by Sandie McCann.

    Thanks for looking
    Carol

    Butterfly quilt top
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    link for pattern

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    Looks like it was worth the ripping...very nice job..well done

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    Beautiful, love the butterfly fabric :-D

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    I like it a lot. I like the placement and the colors. Good job.

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    I love it - I love how it has a modern feel with the black frames :)

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    beautiful!!

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    Very nice looking. Great job.

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    Excellent! Bold and interesting while still serene and soothing. Can't wait to see it quilted.

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    yes, sometimes you have to read and then look at the photo of the quilt and then read again. I love patterns that as they go along they give each measurement as they are sewn. that helps a lot to know what each segment is supposed to measure.
    great quilt!!

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    I really love it & would love to make one for myself if you wouldn't mind sharing the name of the pattern. I have lots of wonderful butterfly fabric that I think would look really good in the pattern that you followed.
    Sue

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