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Thread: I've been busy, Round 2

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    I love them, but I really really admire the 3rd extra. I love your color combination.

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    Thank you - just printed it and heading to the quilt room.

    Quote Originally Posted by paulswalia
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    Quote Originally Posted by peachrose
    I love the first one for a baby girl quilt. Do you have the pattern to share? Have to have 4 baby quilts done by september and trying to do something different and that is different. :lol: :shock: :lol:
    It was a Moda pattern called Baskets of Flowers by Mary engelbrett. Not sure if it's available on line or not.
    Found it!! http://www.unitednotions.com/fp_baskets-of-flowers.pdf
    :P :lol: 8-)

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    Love, Love, Love the Hunter's Star....That is one of my favorite patterns...Yours is beautiful, your color choices and placement is stunning....P.S. Thanks for the tutorial on X marks the spot, I have book marked it and will use it on my scraps.

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    They are all very pretty but the Northern Lights is outstanding.

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    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulswalia
    Quote Originally Posted by ube quilting
    Oh! that second one took my breath away. I'll be copying your pattern, if you don't mind!
    peace :D
    Thank you - so easy, and quick too. Let me know if you need directions.
    :D Me to, me to I'll PM you if that is OK? BrendaK

    :oops: Sorry, just printed out the directions. Didn't read alll of the post. Thanks, Brenda K

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    beautiful job..

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    Great job - I too loved all three quilts, but I loved Northern Lights, particularly since they are in my favorite colors. Great job - I agree you should have won a ribbion if you didn't.

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    These are great. Is the last one a paper-pieced hunter's star?

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    great work. love them

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    Quote Originally Posted by My time
    These are great. Is the last one a paper-pieced hunter's star?
    well,sorta.,......I used Thangles. They have a package of their papers in a kit called Orion's Star

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    I just bought about 10 yards of solid green at a rummage sale ($1.00)..the second quilt (scrappy one) would be a great way to use some of this fabric.....

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    Just love the northern lights one.

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    all so pretty

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    Yes you are showing off, but you are allowed. It's all beautiful

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    You are extremely talented. Thanks very much for sharing your beautiful quilts with us. Extremely inspiring. ;-)

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    Your quilts are gorgeous, absolutely love the 2nd one. Can u tell me what the name of it is please. I'd like to make one. Thanks :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I adapted it from a pattern I saw in a magazine. An earlier post gave it a formal name - check above. Also I posted a tutorial = search for it here under the name X Marks the Spot

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