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    Senior Member IzzysGrammie's Avatar
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    Hello and welcome from Elsmere, KY.... transplanted from Magnolia, TX!! haha! Your quilts are precious!! My daughter's favirote go-to pattern is Yellow Brick Road also.

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    Welcome from southeast Tennessee! Love your projects!
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    I love that little star quilt!
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    All are very nice
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    Your quilts are lovely. Thanks for sharing, and welcome from Kentucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane007 View Post
    very nice... my favorite is the stars.....
    My favorite is the stars, too (did you make that pattern up or is it out there somewhere?), tho I love all of them... I really do! You can't go wrong with Laurel Burch butterflies (which I've been lusting over mightily as of late) or good old "Yellow Brick Road" (what did we do before that pattern we designed?!?). They're all beautiful!

    Oh, & howdy from the wilds of western WI... welcome to this awesome board!
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    Welcome from Canton, Georgia. Very pretty quilts.
    Joyce

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    Welcome from central Iowa. I too was taken by the stars. I have an Irish Chain on my to do list. I love the idea of combining it with stars. I love this board and all the info from it.

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    Great work!!!!

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    I made the star quilt up out of two basic blocks and an applique pattern. I strip pieced the segments for the nine patches out of 2 1/2 inch strips, put them together in to 6 1/2 in blocks and then cut 6 1/2 squares of the blue. Using the same fabric for the big blocks and the secondary color of the nine patch is what makes the irish chain. pattern. The star applique was one of the simple shapes for applique offered by Marcia Hoehn over at www.quilterscache.com!

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