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Thread: Quilt for DGD

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    Love, love, love it. The black really makes it pop. I love the stained glass look.

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    The black frame really sets it off. Great job

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    Beautiful, love the black sashing, it really sets it off! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    How pretty! I think I just saw what to do with all the squares I have hanging around.

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    Love this beautiful quilt! Thanks for showing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janet My
    Did you do this as a Fun & Done Quilt as You Go? ( I hope someone did not already ask this question.. I did not read all 3 pages yet) It looks just like it. I really like your quilt and DGD will love it.
    Janet My, I don't know that this is a Fun and Done. It was tiresome after a while, but I think that's because it was the second one I've done like this. And, now, there's a little brother in the family, so I can see I may have to make a 3rd one. I think the inspiration came from qults I had seen here. Then I made up my own dimensions.

    The first one was mostly greens, yellows, and browns. Guess what--I like the girly colors better! It is an I-spy of sorts and it is a "matching" game. The children will be able to see which blocks match in their 2 quilts (and eventually, perhaps 3 quilts.)
    I've saved some of the triangles to match in the 3rd quilt when I get to that. The baby is still in a crib, so that buys me some time.

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    Very cool!

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    Very pretty!

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    It is wonderful!!!

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    Oh wow, that's pretty!

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