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Thread: A "Rose" by any Other Name and a few Others

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    You did a lovely job on all of these :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoriEl
    Like the dahlia only it looks easier to finish b/c it is square. All are beautiful. I may have to get that book-I love the poinsetta!
    LoriE - Humble apologies - the poinsettia was actually from a pattern sold separately - the other two were taken from that book.

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    Those are beautiful. I have that book but haven't done any of them yet. They are on my TO DO list, but I am going to put them closer to the top now.

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    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    lovely

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    beautiful.

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    Thanks for sharing the pictures. These are lovely.

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    I love the dahlia all in white! Great idea!!!

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    Beautiful job thanks for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    They are all lovely. You do beautiful work!

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    Sweet pillow tops, Nice work on all your projects.

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    They are all beautiful.

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    Love all of them!!! Great job.

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    Oh, I would love to have the poinsetta pattern! What is the name of it, please.

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    Beautiful work. I have bookmarked this one. Love all of them.

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    Those are beautiful.....love the woven one....

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    All are beautiful. Love the musling pillow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammyp
    Oh, I would love to have the poinsetta pattern! What is the name of it, please.
    Actually the pattern is called "Daisey Delight" by Jennie Rayment. Pattern No. JR 1952. I just thought it looked like a poinsettia. Her pattern photos also shows the flower done in white with yellow centers, and another quilt that has the flowers in assorted sizes (template included for smaller sizes) and done up like black-eyed susans.

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    Lovely!!

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    I have that book. I love the Dahlia pillow.

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    beautiful work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoriEl
    Like the dahlia only it looks easier to finish b/c it is square. All are beautiful. I may have to get that book-I love the poinsetta!
    I have just made a Dahlia, I was wondering how to finish it off because as you say "It is not a square" however if you look closely at the cushion you can make it a square by sewing triangles in each second corner which makes it a square!

    I will post mine when I have finished it

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    oh wow! I love those, especially the last:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janquiltz
    Quote Originally Posted by grammyp
    Oh, I would love to have the poinsetta pattern! What is the name of it, please.
    Actually the pattern is called "Daisey Delight" by Jennie Rayment. Pattern No. JR 1952. I just thought it looked like a poinsettia. Her pattern photos also shows the flower done in white with yellow centers, and another quilt that has the flowers in assorted sizes (template included for smaller sizes) and done up like black-eyed susans.

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    Thanks, I really like it.

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    all very lovely

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