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Thread: rocky road to kansas

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    Super Member Pam Pollock's Avatar
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    Hi again! I stared at your quilt some more & I do see the free form now. It's funny how our eyes can play tricks on us. Very happy you mentioned your process or I might have missed learning about it!

    Pam

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    It's beautiful! My parents are transplants from Kansas and I think they would be glad to have this in their home!

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    I love your quilt. I bought the Egg Money Quilt book last year and did all of the blocks, and found this one to be one of the harder ones. You did a really beautiful job.

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    thank you. i haven't made all the blocks yet. i guess ignorance is bliss. i just liked it and decided to give it a try :D i did modify it so i wouldn't have to set in the background.
    did you make a sampler including all the blocks?
    i love that book. Eleanor is my quilting hero :-) i watch her show on the RFD channel. have learned a bunch from her.

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    I LOVE the scrappy border and the CORNER BLOCKS are WONDERFUL!!!
    Shelly

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    Awesome quilt! I love the quilting too.

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    nanabirdmo, no - I didn't make the sampler. At the time, I considered it all a learning experience and just used what scraps I had on hand. I wish now I had used coordinating colors and put them all together. I'm also a fan of Eleanor Burns.

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    Great quilt! I am also a fan of EB....love her quilts.... nice job on the quilting....wish I had a "lady in town" that did quilting!!

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    Oh, I love those bright color scrappy looking quilts, you did a great job on your color selection. It would be one of my favorites also! Your friend did a great job on the quilting also, I like the pattern she used!

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    someone asked me about this one recently. i hope no one minds if i bring it up again. it was so much fun and i may just make a variation after the first of the year.

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