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Thread: Falling Charms quilt finished

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    Senior Member Wendys Quilts's Avatar
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    Falling Charms quilt finished

    I finally finished my Falling Charms quilt. Pattern was from Missiour Star Quilt Company. VERY easy pattern to do. I have never used this much white before in any of my quilts. I actually love how crisp and clean it looks and will probably use more white in my quilts. I went to Walmart and bought a twin sheet, white for the backing. Never done that before either. It was really nice not to have to have a seam back there to quilt over! I will do that again as well! ) So this quilt was very good to try new things!

    Thanks for looking!
    Wendy
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    I really really like this! You did a great job, especialy choosing the white, it makes the colors pop! I like the idea of the sheet and will be trying soon.

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    Great quilt! I saw that pattern at MSQC and thought it looked interesting too.

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    Love, love, love it!!! Can surely see the colors, just a nice cool quilt. I want to make one of these and wasn't sure about white either, but yours has changed my mind.
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    very pretty.
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    wonderfully done
    Nancy in western NY

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    It came out great!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    Really nice job on this. Your colors look great and this pattern is just altogether charming. I just watched a video for this pattern yesterday and am already cutting out squares to make a lap size quilt. I'm going to try it with a dark background. I'm making it for an ailing aunt and think the dark will be more practical but it will have bright colors for the charms. I think I'll be trying one with a light background too.

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    I like your quilt with the white back ground, and love the bright colors in our quilt. Thank you for sharing with us.I have tried the sheet backing before, but I hand quilt, and the sheets are tightly woven together. It makes it harder to quilt through.
    Pauline

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    Nicely done!
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