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Thread: Guten Appetit table-topper

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    Here's a little something I made for DD's BD in early October. She had originally picked this fabric and a quilt pattern from prevously discussed "Quick Rotary Cutter Quilts" (not quick/not easy!). I told her that it really wouldn't happen . . . but I'd make her something else. The flower blocks are actually a part of a block from that book, though.
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    DJ your DD is going to love this great colors and you did a great job

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    Oh, that is really sweet!

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    Cute.

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    Yes the cat in the quick rotory cutter quilts book does look a bit complex doesn't it? How did you find the flowers though? The instructions for them always looked more complicated to me then the cat. Yours turned out picture perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic
    Yes the cat in the quick rotory cutter quilts book does look a bit complex doesn't it? How did you find the flowers though? The instructions for them always looked more complicated to me then the cat. Yours turned out picture perfect.
    The flower blocks are the ones I used from the book. The cat is a paper pieced block I found online. The directions for one of the flower stems called for the wrong size piece. That threw me for more than a few minutes!

    Thanks for the lovely comments quilters!

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    I love the way the flowers flow around the cat. Good work!

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    That is so cute! I love it! :D

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    How neat! I love the kitty in the center.

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    Darling. I like it a lot.

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