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Thread: The start of a lavender quilt and dottie's fabric in table toppers

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    I started this quilt sunday and I think it is coming out ok. It was a kit from a quilting retreat. The instructor chose the fabrics and gave the instructions to complete it. I am not crazy about it, so I am going to change it up some with blue forget me not dimentional flowers after it is quilted. Which is what I will start tomorrow.

    The table toppers (candle mats) have theThanksgiving fabric dotcom ( Dottie) sent me in the ornament swap last friday. I got right on making it up so I could use it this thanksgiving. I used an easy six ruler to make them.

    The last pic is a pot holder that I was trying out a new pattern with. I like it and I think I might make more of them. Really a fun block to make with the fussy cuts in the center.

    I hope you gals likey!

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    Dottie's thanksgiving fabric
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    I really like the quilt. Colors are good. Nice stuff.

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    Love the colors of the quilt!! It's so pretty!! :thumbup:

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    Very nice!

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    All are gorgeous! Great job!
    Blessings,
    MaryAnna

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    Thanks so much! Here is the back of the runners. Don't you just love an easy stitch in the ditch?

    backs with stitch in the ditch.
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    Beautiful, I really love the thanksgiving table piece. This stands out nicly against the black.

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    That quilt is beautiful. I love the fabric. And those table toppers are awesome and perfect for fall. Cardinals are my favorite birds so your pot holder is perfect for me. Great job on all and thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks girls!

    This was the original potholder fabric that came in the tiny kit. Cute but not my favorite... :thumbdown:

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    Oh I love them all! Do I get to pick one to keep? Oh maybe the last one that you don't like with the pig in the middle? LOL I love the candle mats. How did you get the centers to line up so nicely? Nice work!

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