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Thread: Kaffe Fassett Snowball 9patch WIP

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    Super Member StitchinJoy's Avatar
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    This work in progress just needs borders and quilting.

    A lot of my WIPs turn into UFOs at this point-- when I am trying to decide how to border them!
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    No picture, but mine too ;-)

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    Love that! I love his Fabrics!

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    Wow I love this! I cannot wait to see you finish it!

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    oooo, there it is. I love his fabrics! Nice top.

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    I like the way you've lined up the swiggly fabric alternating the up/side ways. NICE :-)

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    Yep, me too, love love love his fabrics. Maybe I am addicted to his fabrics. I guess that's a good thing.

    Qazy, I turned that striped fabric different ways in alternate rows. In one row it goes vertical; in the next row, it goes horizontally. I was trying to make the 9patch block look like exploding stars but it doesn't seem to look like that. Ah well, that was what I planned; this is what I got. =sigh= I like designing quilts because it is a voyage of discovery.

    I've been blessed and lucky enough to professionally quilt several amazing quilts for Kaffe Fassett and Liza Lucy, for publication in magazines and books. Most are so bright, I could use sunglasses in the workroom when I am quilting his quilts! The colors are so rich and saturated. I just love them.

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    I love it. That pink polka dot is wonderful. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    I see the stars. When the top is done and you view it from a distance I bet the stars will stand out. Lovely job. Love his fabric. Do youo hand quilt his quilts or LA.

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    interesting, eye catching pattern, love colors :thumbup:

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