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Thread: First Bed Sized Quilt

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    Power Poster Jingle's Avatar
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    Beautiful quilt, I love the rail fence pattern. Great colors. They will love it.
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    This is so special!
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    Very, very nice. I see a lot more large quilts in your future with no second thoughts about tackling them. I think the fabrics are wonderful. What a wonderful gift.

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    Beautiful!!!!!!!

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    Love a close up of the fabric, the whole picture doesn't show the fabrics - mostly the colour.
    Nice quilt.

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    Beautiful, anyone would be proud to have this quilt made with love!!!!!QUOTE=trivia42;6167275]Here it is! This quilt is going to my brother for a wedding present. Up to now I've only done lap quilts and smaller so I was pretty pleased with how this turned out. It was fairly easy and played very nicely on the long arm frame. I used 4 different whites so each zig-zag is a different one and the blue color is really an eggplant that didn't photograph nicely. No written pattern, just 9" blocks set in rail fence. About 75% of it was sewn on my FW. That little girl moves! Overall it's a large queen sized and DONE ahead of schedule. Whohoo![/QUOTE]
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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    Good point on the fabric detail. The black and eggplant were consistent through the quilt. I had 4 whites. The three on the right were from my boss (who rocks!) when she went to her hometown. I bought the white on the left at my LQS. I had 1/2 yard cuts of each.
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    Congratulations on your first "big" quilt! Thanks for showing the fabric detail.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    Great job, love the design.

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    you did a great job. rail fence blocks always make my eyes cross when putting them together into a top. love your colors.

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