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Thread: I'm eating humble pie Ladies

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    Super Member faykilgore's Avatar
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    This reminds me of the quilts my grandmother made for all us grandkids. We totally wore them out with love and use. She used a treadle machine for piecing, then hand tied them.
    Fay

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    So Beatuiful,I love the bright colors, sometimes we over think things and make a lot of work for ourself. Remimds me of three that I made for for some young men that got deployed in Jan. They too were so proud of them. I only had 2 weeks to get them ready. It brought me great joy to do them for our Guys that went so willingly.

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    Beautiful colors/fabrics. I love the big blocks and does look like Pottery Barn. Nice one.
    This too shall pass.
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    i really like it and know she will enjoy it... you did a really good job... congrats

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    I LOVE red...........giggle

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    I like it - - - and, I am also interested in the one on the wall behind it (can only see a row) but I would like to see more of it. Both are neat!!

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    Have a great day!

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    Beautiful quilt. You have me looking at some fabric in my stash that I have been wondering how to use. Thanks!!

    Dina

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    Nice. J J
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    Nice.
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    very pretty sometimes we are our own worst critics its very pretty!!
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    Oh yes, I love simplicity and this turned out beautiful.

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    Lovely quilt! Love the colors.

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    I think this will be lovely for your neice-in-law. Looks modern and very pretty!

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    Your original post had me thinking. The P Barn quilts that caught my eyes were squares or rectangles of large size
    and seams were not in straight line so you didn't have to worry about seams / corners meeting. Can appreciate the
    pattern of the fabric with these simple designs. Maybe I could use up fat quarters with this idea as many friends
    call this a "modern style " quilt which is what they want .

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    That quilt is similar to one I saw in a Christmas catalog a few years ago, had a stripped fabric for the back. I loved it, saved the page to try to copy & gradually found similar fabrics. I made the quilt & it is one of my favorites, so simple yet has a warm character.

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    A serving of humble pie nourishes the character.
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    Simplicity at its best! Love it!

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