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Thread: my black and white block exchange quilt, finished and quilted

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    Oh Melanie...great job! I'm so impressed! Mine are still sitting in the envelope they came in. I have plans for them...I love your red and the wonky setting!

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    I love it! It looks great. My blocks are still in the cupboard waiting for me to work on them. Way to go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandpat
    Oh Melanie...great job! I'm so impressed! Mine are still sitting in the envelope they came in. I have plans for them...I love your red and the wonky setting!

    To be honest with you, my blue and white ones are still in the envelope they came in, lol!

    I want to do something fun with them, but I haven't had any inspiration yet, so they'll stay where they are until I get a flashy idea :P



    Thanks for the compliments, everyone! I love the wonky look too. The next time I do it, I'll arrrange for them to look even more crooked, and haphazard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mytwopals
    Looks great, Melanie. Looks like you may have used a poly batting, which will make it warm and comfy in the cold months ahead. :D

    You're right, I always use poly batting.
    My wallet can't afford the cotton batting, but I have thought of using fleece if I can get it cheap.

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    You know Mel- babies love red, black and white!

    Looks great!

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    My baby will have a choice of quilts for pretty much every day of the week by the time he/she gets here, lol!

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    Delightful - and my favorite colors too!

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    P.S. I love the baby time line on your postings, it's like all of the board is a part of your family. (Weird, I know)

    ooooh- can we do a mare stare and bet on the baby's arrival?

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    Looks great, I like it!!

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    It's a beautiful quilt Melanie! I really love the way you set the blocks. I might "steal" your idea for the blocks I get in the Blue & Yellow block swap, if you don't mind!

    Jan

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