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Thread: Enlarged Cardinal quilt

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    Enlarged Cardinal quilt

    This is the enlarged cardinal pattern that I constructed after Jennifer's dimensions. Thank you so much. It will make a nice size charity quilt that we give to first year foreign students in our local private college.
    I will be making more of these...seems like I was really enamored with the cardinal fabric when I bought it!
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    Nice quilt, like the colors

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    Ooh, very nice!

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    looks great in the larger size
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    Ohhh, very pretty indeed!! Love it!
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    I love it. You did a beautiful job. more would be great.

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    Very nice and I especially like the different colored inner border. Lovely work.

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    Lovely - your fabrics work really well together! I'm sure the students will love them.

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    Oh nice! I really love how you put those fabrics together. The student who receives this will be lucky. Nice that you made this for that purpose.

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    It turned out wonderful....................

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    ​Lovely and perfect pattern for a fabric you can't bear to cut up!

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    That's a real beauty!

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    One lucky student

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    Love this, the layout is great. What size is it? Twin?
    I am a material girl. Wanna see my fabric collection?
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    Very pretty. I like the cardinal fabric and all the other fabrics add to the quilt.

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    Love those cardinals.

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    Very pretty. Both fabric and quilt pattern.
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    I love this and saved a photo of it from a former thread. Do you mind sharing where you found the dimensions of the quilt? I bought a lot of cat prints, and this pattern looks like it would work. :-)
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    I remember the original post. I think your enlarged quilt is just beautiful. I also am enamored by cardinal fabric. You certainly used this one to great advantage. I know it will be loved by the person who receives it.

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    I like your use of color to pull the quilt together.

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    A lovely quilt. Thanks for sharing. I have seen some cardinal fabric that has caught my eye.

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    Great pattern for that lovely focus fabric. Your other choices really add to the overall appeal. Great job.

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    Beautiful quilt....show us another picture when it is quilted please!

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    It turned out beautiful. Great pattern to showcase fabric you don't want to cut up.

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    I love your quilt idea.

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