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Thread: Fall of 55

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    Super Member Maggiesmom's Avatar
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    Great quilt.

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    Gorgeous quilt! :thumbup: :-D

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    Absolutely beautiful!!! :thumbup:

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    Beautiful quilt.. Love the fall colors...

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    Gorgeous quilt!

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    This is beautiful...I love fall colors and they look amazing in your quilt.

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    Just beautiful!!

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    I would love the pattern for that.Beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbridges22
    I would love the pattern for that.Beautiful!
    The pattern is from the book "Tessellations" by Jackie Robinson It's a neat book, all the patterns tessellate - meaning the edges of each design form the edges of it's neighboring design. The design process was developed by M.C. Escher.

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    Can't let my DH see this one!! He LOVES oranges and rusty colors and batiks as well. That is truly a beautiful quilt that I will have to add to my 'want to do someday' list.

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