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    Thank you! What a great site. I'm glad I saw yours first, I like more than the picture on the web site. Looking forward to making up some fabric I have been saving for a lone star. Thanks again.
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    Where did you get this pattern? I have been searching the net for 2 days and can't find one.
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    Mine is a Karen Stone pattern called ULS 11 and all paper pieced. I love a challenge and this one didnt disappoint!
    Here is the site I had purchased mine from a couple of years ago, be sure and go to page 2 that is where it is.They still list all of her patterns, This one is actually called ULS2. Let me know if you can't get it from their and will help find another. Might be able to go directly to Karen Stone's site too and find it.
    http://www.embroideryetcetera.com/qu...patterns1.html

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    Mine is a Ricky Tim's Kaleidoscope quilt. I was pleasantly surprised it turned out pretty good as I just used scraps from my stash.

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    Donna B love your Kaleidoscope quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by jean1941
    Donna B love your Kaleidoscope quilt
    Thank you Jean

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    My quilt in my AVaTar is a simple charm quilt I made from 4' SQUARES in the 9 patch pattern. Alternating lights and darks.


    It is husband's new quilt to keep him warn in Alaska when he returns in a few weeks. It gets cold up there out on the islands where the wind, rain, sleet and snow come down most days and then the sun usually makes an appearance.

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    Wow, now that's what I call a scrap masterpiece.
    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaB
    Mine is a Ricky Tim's Kaleidoscope quilt. I was pleasantly surprised it turned out pretty good as I just used scraps from my stash.

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    Mine was a wall hanging pattern that I enlarged to queen size. Also a shower gift for my 1st grandaughter-in-law as she loves sunflowers.

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    I love seeing all these quilts and the stories that go with them. Mine is just a crib quilt. My DIL requested the quilt for her baby would be with a rainbow theme. I couldn't come up with any brilliant ideas, but thought I would try to incorporate rainbow colors rather than try to make rainbow shapes. I machine pieced and hand quilted it. The front is flannel and the back is cotton. I sure enjoyed watching it come together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbielinks
    I keep seeing these beautiful quilts in the avatar pictures. Would you please tell me about the pattern, what inspired you, why you chose those colors. Anything you care to share.
    Mine is a 17 block BOM which took me 3 years to finish. It is for my mum and she loves it.

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    I only recently changed mine and now it's a top I just finished and am going to quilt SOON! It's my own original design based on Margaret Miller's Block Bender technique and once it's quilted it will be for sale - if I can bear to part with it! Usually I'm sick of looking at a piece by the time I've finished it and am glad when it's sold and out of here, but this one, I never tire of looking at!

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    Mine is Hearts and Stars by the Buggy Barn, it was made with FQ's, I took the class with my mom at our LQS

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    Mine is a pattern called "Links" by Derek Lockwood. I got a 2nd place ribbon at our quild quilt show several years ago.

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    Mine is a D9P made with charm squares. Not finished yet, but soon.

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    Mine is the pattern that I made simular to one that my Mom made my son when he was a little boy. It was one of the five that I made for each child. He loved the one his grand mother made and keep bringing it to me to repair. I couldn't do anything with it, so I made him this one. I learned a lot, and if I ever make another I will make a lot of changes. All in all Ipm proud of it, and he loves it.

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    Mine was a Christmas gift to my Aunt. She saw a picture on the cover of an old Quilter's Newsletter magazine from the 70's.

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    mines was as easy as they get. Having it done in a week was not so easy. It was a rush job for my best friends BIL who is dealing with a horrible illness. The focus fabric is maps of biker towns, but I was strapped so I had to fill it in with the stars and plaid. God, or angels or someone brought me the patriotic border fabric to finish it off with. My inspector (Crispy) approved every step.

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