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Thread: Scrappy Quilt - Pulsar is quilted

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    A stunning quilt!
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    very pretty
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    Oh, I love it! Colorful & I love stars & scrappy...Great job. Thanks for sharing... Did you scrap/s piles diminish any?
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    That quilt is spectacular. I love scrappy quilts and love the peach in the middle of the squares. Really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniePenny View Post
    I made this quilt top over the winter and recently had it quilted. It already seems nice and cozy, like one that's been in the family forever. I just need to bind it.
    I used a variety of scraps. Dark navy, indigo, and plum for the star points; peach and tan as the light colors; and then a good assortment of medium-valued colors to form strong diagonal patterns across the quilt.
    The quilting is subtle, but done in peach thread with a cloud-like design. I like how it looks on the back.
    The pattern is from a 1994 Quiltmaker magazine.

    Happy sewing!
    That is just beautiful. Would you be able to give directions for making it. I would love to make one.

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    I don't know if I have that year Quiltmaker magazine. I have to go and have a look. Thank you

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    Beautiful !!!!!!!!

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    I really like the colors and the pattern you did a good job
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    Awesome as you say in the USA. I love it to pieces!!!! meticulous colour placement too giving the required effect throughout your quilt. Well done. I am sure you have a very tidy work room too, with attention to detail to that level?

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    Hi "JP". The quilting is just perfect. Adds another subtle dimension to Pulsar without taking away from fabrics, colors or pattern used.

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