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    Super Member fivepaws's Avatar
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    Oh, please keep going. It is going to be beautiful. Love the colors. Mine are so blah....I guess I have to step out of my comfort zone pretty soon. ♥

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    That's gorgeous! I love the colors and design!

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    WOW! I love it..make more it is wonderful and would really brighten up a cloudy day..What is the name of the pattern? I would love to make one of those!

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    Oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh wow!!!!! That is really beautiful. Go with it. Thank you for sharing.

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    it is beautiful!! without sashing or with a bold red or dark navy.either way it is gorgeous!! i like w/o sashing the best!!

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    Oh my word that is a beautiful block. Is it your own design or is there a pattern available for it? I can't wait to see your finished product.

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    This block is beautiful! One of the nicest blocks I have ever seen. It is going to make a more than beautiful quilt whatever way you choose to make it. Would you mind sharing the block name with me? My Granddaughter would love to have a quilt with this design. Thank you....

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    Love this - imagine this in Christmas colors: what a wreath!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scissor Queen
    I'm just going to come right out and say it, I hate sashing. You don't get those cool secondary patterns with sashing and plain, solid color sashing is BORING!! LOL

    Of course this is just one woman's opinion.
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    Beautiful, LOVE IT.

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    Wow, that's beautiful! :)

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    I thought of yellow and blue

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    My favorite is the first combination, but what if you made the triangles at the top, bottom and sides of the star a deep blue? It might add some depth to the stars. Love what eveyone is doing to help. And thank you for the pattern link. Now I have EVEN MORE to try!!!
    bev.

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    That is stunning!! Please, finish this quilt!!

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    I agree, this is something I would love to make also, any chance you would share the pattern??? It is beautiful!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltqueen61
    I agree, this is something I would love to make also, any chance you would share the pattern??? It is beautiful!!!
    Here is a version of this block. It's still Carol Doak's pattern, but I found the one in her book to be easier to follow.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-107745-1.htm

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    WOW!!! Love it - can't wait to see finished.

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    I love it! What's the pattern?

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    What a beautiful design, I think it will look beautiful when your finished. I can't wait to see it

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    Quote Originally Posted by MommaDorian
    Here's another version. I used Photoshop too. Here it is with sashing.
    Yes, In really like that one!!!

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    I love, love, love it.

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    I like it!!!! I think it would make a fantastic quilt. I don't think it is extremely bold, just bright and makes a person happy looking at it. Keep on stitching, blocking, etc.....
    Rita

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    Take a digital picture of the quilt and then in a word program place the block picture side by side to make quilt layout. You can put two small square mirrors together to make an image of four blocks together.
    I do that - using "tables" in Word 2010 - I think how big of a quilt I am planning - 9 square, 12 square, whatever - create a table for that many squares, then I can "paste" the size-reduced picture block in as many of the squares as I want, use color fill to color any plain blocks I want, and if I want to think about sashing or borders, I can add rows or columns and manipulate their size to see what it would look like. Its fun!! I have also typed a phrase in Word, reduced the size and pasted it into say the center block of the quilt to see what it would look like.
    Marysewfun

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    Beautiful....go for it!

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    I say do it! we all need to get out of our element sometimes and do something different. Even if it is using a different color.

    So I say just do it!!! if you do not like it send it to me okay. Problem solved.

    The blues and reds in this just fit!

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