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Thread: "Pavers" Pieced by Doris quilted by Deb Reed

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    Super Member bamamama's Avatar
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    "Pavers" Pieced by Doris quilted by Deb Reed

    I quilted this simple modern quilt that was pieced by my customer Doris with a Panto called "Greetings". I just wanted to add some texture to all the straight lines. I used a silver grey King Tut thread. Love how it turned out.
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    Wow! That's beautiful! I love the top itself (so modern-looking without looking sterile) but then your quilting really takes it to another level! That panto is fabulous! Great job, ladies!!!
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    i love how your quilt turned out . it is beautiful. just beautiful. i love the colors..

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    I like your panto choice... nice

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    This is a nice clean pattern and I really love the colors you chose. Did you have a pattern to go by. I have a lot of grays that would look nice in this pattern and some browns and tans also that would make another color choice. I love how we can gain more knowledge when we view others' patterns and color combos. thanks so much for sharing.
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    I love the simplicity of this quilt. It makes it restful ..using clean lines and narrow color path.

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    Do you happen to know what the quilt pattern is called? love the simplicity of the quilt and the quilting is perfect.

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    This is a very nice design, both the piecing and the quilting.

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    The quilt and the quilting are beautiful, I to would like to know the name of the pattern.
    God Bless you all.
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    Perfect quilting for a wonderful quilt!! Nice work ladies!!!
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