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Thread: Kaleidoscope quilt

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    Senior Member Ccorazone's Avatar
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    Kaleidoscope quilt

    My kaleidoscope quilt. I'm anxious to get it quilted so I can start another one.
    Also shown is the orginal fabric.
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    Oh, it is just fabulous!!!!
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    I love your Kaleidoscope Qiult! I've always loved kaleidocopes. I have a minature one that was given to me. The quilt mimics a real kaleidoscope exactly. Where can I find instructions on how to make one?
    Sally

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    That turned out awesome!
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Wow! From silly bees to sophisticated tiles. What a great quilt.

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    They look like beautiful ceramic plates.

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    I love the fabric you used. It looks so different when you cut it up. Nice work.

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    That is just darling.

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    This is one of the prettiest I've seen. Gotta remember that from unexpected fabric comes beautiful work.

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    My DD bought the UGLIEST fabric on sale for a stack n whack class we were taking. The quilt was beautiful when finished. I think color and pattern of the fabric is what made it so interesting.

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