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Thread: Wash Day Stars

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    Junior Member fsmcm's Avatar
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    Wash Day Stars quilt from Quilt Sampler - Fall/Winter 2006 by Karen Snyder. This one measures 83" x 75" and I used some of the leftover squares in the binding. I really like how it all turned out.

    This was a Christmas present for my husband, who informed me that he really likes the older/vintage quilts, so I set to work on this while he was out fishing and hunting this past fall. I was getting a little panicy that I may not finish it, but did, and my daughter kept it at her place until Christmas morning. He never suspected a thing...and really likes it.
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    Beautiful!!! Great job.

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    Oh, I love it. Love the pattern as well, you did a super job.

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    And well he should love this. It is beautiful.

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    Beautiful :-P

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    So bright & cheerful. I love the plad backing too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jo M
    So bright & cheerful. I love the plad backing too.
    Thank you. The backing is actually a flannel top sheet. Costco has flannel sets on sale, cheaper than flannel by the yard, so I pick up a set with the sole intention to use them as backings for quilts. Sweet deal.

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    Stunning quilt. You did a great job.

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    WOW! This is my kind of quilt! LOVE the pieced border!

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    oh, I like that.

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