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Thread: Redemption

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    that is just so darn cute..id love to make one too..did you have a pattern or tdid you make it all up?...geez..its cute!

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    It is a charming quilt! I would suggest finishing the churn dash blocks and put them on the design board and step back. Are the buildings by the bird and one next to the chimney a kind of green or a type of beige/tan? Since the largest building is red and it is a strong color, and there are 2 that look green, with one partially blue or grey, I would audition a blue boarder, and see how it looks. Take a piece, maybe a fq and stand back to see if it works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyldhare17 View Post
    that is just so darn cute..id love to make one too..did you have a pattern or tdid you make it all up?...geez..its cute!
    Glad you like it. If I ever get finished I will send you the pattern if you like. Let me know.
    Women are Angels. And when someone breaks our wings......... we simply continue to fly ........ on a broomstick.
    We are flexible like that. OKAY?

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    Quote Originally Posted by starshine View Post
    It is a charming quilt! I would suggest finishing the churn dash blocks and put them on the design board and step back. Are the buildings by the bird and one next to the chimney a kind of green or a type of beige/tan? Since the largest building is red and it is a strong color, and there are 2 that look green, with one partially blue or grey, I would audition a blue boarder, and see how it looks. Take a piece, maybe a fq and stand back to see if it works well.
    The top left building is red, the next one down is beige and grey and the last towards the bottom is sort of an olive
    green. I will audition a few once I get the rest of the churn dash blocks done. Thanks for the suggestions.
    Women are Angels. And when someone breaks our wings......... we simply continue to fly ........ on a broomstick.
    We are flexible like that. OKAY?

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    This quilt is adorable! Is it your own design? What a fun quilt.

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    You are doing a great job....love your design...Please keep us posted.

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    It looks great so far.
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    That is going to be a beauty.

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    Looks fantastic!!! Love that style. Did you make up this pattern? If not, what is it? If so, you are SO talented and creative....besides the piecing and color choices

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    Quote Originally Posted by DianneK View Post
    wonderful quilt...would love to see a pic once it is quilted
    Double ditto for me!

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