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Thread: Nautical theme- turning 20 pattern

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    Super Member Pam Pollock's Avatar
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    Ok...I have a turning 20 quilt top (almost) finished. It is not quilted yet. My material choices got a little busy & I thought that maybe I should have used more solids in it...but I decided it will still be fun & not to worry about it. I actually have another border I will be adding so it is still a work in progress. Some of my pieces are paperpieced. The large light houses, the large whales & the large larger sailboats.
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    Very nice. Can't go wrong with blue.

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    Sweet!! Making it for anyone in particular or keeping it for yourself?

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    I'm going to keep this one. It has been put on the back burner for a long time now (probably because I'm making it for me). I don't have any quilts finished for myself yet. LOL How does that story go about the plumbers wife? I'm working on Christmas table runners now (or should be) & hope to quilt this after Christmas.

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    I rotated the photo in a different post...how silly! I'll rotate it in this post like I should have done to begin with.
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    I just love it when someone takes a pattern and does something special to make it their own. I'm crazy about what you did to this one to give it a nautical theme Pam. Really excellent work to make such a simple pattern go "wow"! :)

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    Looks like you did some fussy cutting with this one! Looks nice! Love the layout.

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    that really is a nice quilt. one to be proud of.

    i like that flexible, portable quilt frame, too. :wink:

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    I really like it! That is so cool 8) how you made some of the blocks with paper piecing! :thumbup:

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    That is an AWESOME quilt!! So much to look at. You did a great job designing it. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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