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Thread: Scrappy Pinapple Blossom Quilt

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    Scrappy Pinapple Blossom Quilt

    I got the pattern from Bonnie Hunters quiltville web sight. I had way to many 2 1/2" strips in my scrap bin so this is what I made. It was a very easy quilt to make. I hand quilted this one.

    Sorry the picture is sideways.
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    Just finished making a top like yours (got the pattern from the same website). Fun to make a a good way to use up scraps--the pattern is a "keeper"

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    Beautiful! I love the contrast of the white triangles against the scrappy strips in your quilt.

    In fact, I am in the midst of ordering some blue fabrics to make another Pineapple Blossom quilt for my own bed. I'm ordering about 12 blue fabrics and a white/red print for the triangles so I can finish it quickly. And for this one I will use Bonnie's suggestion of sashing with cornerstones. I found an image online where the sashing is another contrasting color such as black and it adds another dimension to the design.

    The first Pineapple Blossom quilt I started isn't even finished--- I wanted to use many different browns and cream prints, so I buy some fabrics every year or so and add a few more blocks to the stack. One day it'll be finished.
    Elizabeth

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    Beautiful, you did a great job on it. I want to try some of her patterns also.
    Another Phyllis
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    Beautiful
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    Beautiful
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    Great scrappy! I'll have to remember this pattern when i need to empty my scrap bin.

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    I love it! I've got one block done in batiks from the same pattern...it's going to be pretty if I ever get back to it. Got to finish a couple of baby quilts first.

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    Even sideways it is great!

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    I really like jelly roll quilts. Your design and colors are very pretty.

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