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Thread: Some projects that are nearly finished

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    Here are 2 lap quilts that are soon to be completed. The one with the birds is sandwiched and basted... I will most likely get it quilted and bound tomorrow. The one with the flowers may have to wait a little while, since I want a more detailed pattern in the center of the big blocks. (I have a couple that need to be finished before I quilt it, but at least I got the top finished!)
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    More pics....
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    The second one is so rich and beautiful. I just love the colors and that wonderful floral print.

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    I like them both very nice work :D

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    They're both gorgeous! Love the colors you used.

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    I feel stupid now! Just realized I posted the same pic twice for the second quilt.... it is fixed now. Sorry :oops:

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    You work is outstanding! Which pattern did you use for this? It looks so famailiar??

    Thanks!
    Renae =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renae McClain-White
    You work is outstanding! Which pattern did you use for this? It looks so famailiar??

    Thanks!
    Renae =)
    Thank you! I do try my darndest to get my points/corners lined up, etc.!!

    The woman who taught me this pattern calls it "Sticks and Bricks", but I have seen many versions (some with slight variations, like 4 stripes instead of 5, etc.), so you may have heard it called by another name.

    It is a VERY easy pattern, and works up quickly. If you want the specifics (measurements, etc.), just let me know. am pretty certain this is NOT a "copywrited" pattern, so I would be happy to share. :-)

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    Oh I love that pattern! I've made two and nothing ever went together so easily and quickly. The colors in your second are wonderful!!

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    Quickly is my middle name! I love patterns that work up well with stunning results? I would love it if you would not mind sharing ??

    thanks so much and keep on sewing!! :D

    Renae =)

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