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Thread: My daughter's black and white quilt

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    I finally have pics to post. This is a black and white version of 3 Bean Salad. I am really pleased with how it turned out. It took over a year to find all the garden themed fabrics and then pick the pattern.

    She likes it so much, she keeps it in a plastic comforter bag and won't use it because she's afraid to get it dirty. :wink: :D

    The back is a cool fabric with zodiacs and clocks etc. Will have to get pics of that some other time.
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    absolutely fabulous! :P

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    That is so lovely, you should be very proud. What a time you must of had locating all those black and white fabrics :) , they can be quite hard to find

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    Great quilt, Wendy, I used the sunflower material for backing for a blk and white I did. Have never seen the 3 bean salad, have to try that one.

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    Three bean salad has never looked so good to these eyes. Fantastically graphic and yet beautifully simple!! Great job. Two thumbs up!!

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    WOW! I love that one!
    I don't think I've seen "3 Bean Salad" before. It looks great - it was definitely worth the year's wait!

    sue

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    Three Bean Salad is in the Leisure Arts book "Wild About Flowers" if you want to make one. It was very fast and easy.

    Thanks for all the complements!

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    I knew a B&W quilt would be stunning, I'm currently collecting for one myself, hope it turns out that good. Mine is not a salad or beans, it's called Road to Freedom by Patrice Johnson. Hope to have a picture soon of some of the blocks.

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    That's absolutely gorgeous. The fabrics are beautiful and so lovely together. Pity your daughter won't use it and show it off though!!

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    oooohhhh and aaahhhhhhh!!! That is one pretty quilt!!!

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