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Thread: Liberty quilt top

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    Moderator Jim's Gem's Avatar
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    Very nice!

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    Very pretty! What size did you cut your prints? Can you share where you got the pattern?

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    Lovely quilt

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    Very nice, it has a real vintage look.

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    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I really like this one. Good way to showcase fabrics.

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    Lovely! I have a little collection of Liberty prints that I need to cut into as well. I like the way you used white to unify the fabrics.

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    Hi I just hated to cut in to the fabric .I have made a few of these cut fabric any size then boarder with sashing to suit and then just cut the same length and match up a idiot proof pattern and it shows off so nice

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    It is a really nice fabric to work with there is very little fraying while you handle/sew this .

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    I tried a few boarders and hated them all this is a basic one but suits the pattern

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