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Thread: Eleanor Burns pattern Twin Sisters

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    Has anyone tried this pattern was thinking it would make a nice baby blanket in pastel colors.

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    Do you have a link?

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    I have the book its in Quilts Through The Seasons.
    Have not made that quilt yet but any of her patterns are easy to use.
    That would make a great baby quilt.
    You can get her books at Joanns with coupons or order from the Quilt in a Day website.

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    I found the pattern on quilters T.v. it is a windmill block very simple ...lot of great ideas and free to watch the videos on Quilters TV/ I have cut out all the strips and sewed them once the blocks are sewn I will take a pic and let you see them..

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    I haven't seen this pattern before. Can you post a pic.

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    I finished the top of the quilt ..it turned out great . Here is a peek. LOL>
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    darn thought I was so careful but see I have two yellows together grrrr... I really need a design table ...oh Hubby LOL

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    hey, you meant to put those yellows together. happy accident!

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    that is so pretty! and who gives a rip if there's 2 yellows together? I've done the same thing so many times, I now think that they are "supposed" to be that way! LOL

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    I love it just the way it is. Beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose Marie
    I have the book its in Quilts Through The Seasons.
    Have not made that quilt yet but any of her patterns are easy to use.
    That would make a great baby quilt.
    You can get her books at Joanns with coupons or order from the Quilt in a Day website.
    I think it would be great, and easy to make.

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    I think your quilt is beautiful!!! I love the Twin Sisters Quilt and bought the book for that reason, but I have never made it yet! Some day! :)

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    I love it just the way it is too!! :) :)

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    Beautiful colors. I would be happy to accept the two yellow blocks together if you want to send it my way. :)

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    Love the colors :)

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    cute quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan
    hey, you meant to put those yellows together. happy accident!
    yes, that's right

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    that is gorgeous.. really will be appreciated i am sure... thanks for sharing... good work

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    Very, very nice, I think it would make a nice "anybody" quilt depending on the colors............

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    Great job on the quilt! Looks great and by the way the 2 yellows together was a planned mistake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IrishNY View Post
    Beautiful colors. I would be happy to accept the two yellow blocks together if you want to send it my way.
    You might have to wrestle me for it... LOL! I love this... it's so soft & sweet-looking! I have that book... *sigh*... another thing on my to-do list now!
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    I think that it is just lovely! So soft and pretty are those colors.

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