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Thread: My Third Quilt

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    I'm posting my first picture. I hope this works! I took a class at the Viking Sewing Center, during which I made my third quilt, which is called Fantasia by Joen Wolfrom Designs. As you can see, it is a log-cabin-based design. It doesn't look like the fabrics go together in the picture but there is teal in the squiggly looking fabric. I still need to add the small and large borders. I'm trying to decide which teal to use as the small border. I have them laying next to each other.

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    I love it. Nice work! I like the top teal thin boarder better than the more detailed one below. IMO.

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    I think it's beautiful!

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    WOW!! Great job :thumbup:
    This is just your third quilt???
    Love it :!: :!: :!:

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    That is beautiful! I love log cabins, and I agree with QuiltingGrannie, the top teal looks perfect for the narrow border!

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    Thanks for the nice comments. The top teal is the one I was thinking of using. What's the saying, all great minds think alike. lol

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    Very pretty. :thumbup:

    It's so hard to see the actual colors of the inner border fabric from a digital photo, but I was actually leaning toward the lower one in the photo. The lighter looking one. I thought it made a nicer transition from the pale lilac colored fabrics to the darker purple outer border.

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    Lovely!

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Keep those beautiful quilts coming.

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