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Thread: 3 quilts from the same pattern

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    Super Member Pamela Artman's Avatar
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    This pattern is called 4-patch stacked posies. Great quilt, lots of fun to put together. All the blocks are cut from the same fabric as the border.
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    Great job, love them all.

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    I love love love 4 patch posies, yours are gorgeous, especially the purple one, ohhhhh my i am drooling :)

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    Those are fantastic! So nice to see 3 different variations of the same pattern.

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    Very nice! I really like using the border with the same fabric, and the sashing - especially the narrow black borders - those really show off the blocks!

    Great job!
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    And your quote is fantabulous!

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    They are all so beautifal. I love them all but if that middle 1 doesn't have a home I'll give you my address. :mrgreen:
    Thanks for sharing. :thumbup:

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    Wow, I love your quilts!

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    Amazing to see how the same pattern but with three different fabric choices can produce stunning work. Awesome job!

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    Those are great! I think I might have the fabrics in the top two.

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    Beautiful. The purple and blue would be my favorite. :D

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    Thanks everyone! They were so much fun to make. I've made 9 quilts from this pattern. I'm teaching this at a guild workshop in the fall.

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    That is a cool pattern. I love your fabric choices. Great job.

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    Wow, I love the variety of seeing all three. They're great!

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    Beautiful quilts. I want to know more about this technique. Is there a book?

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    Very nice.

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    cool

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    They sure came out beautiful. I too love the first one and its one of my new favorite patterns too. You did a lovely job. gifts?? need a home for any of them? (hinto hinto hinto)..

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    Stunning....Oh dear...I need to look at new patterns like a hole in the head....
    I'd love to know the technique behind this one too. Would it be hard for a beginner?

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    Those are beautiful, I love them all!

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    Great quilts!

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    Well done, these are one of my most favs to make...

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    Very gorgeous, I like the 3rd one best, my colors. It is amazing how different colors make the same pattern look so different. You did a great job on all of them.

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    Beautiful quilts! :-D

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    Very nice :thumbup:

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    I have got to do one of these. Thanks for sharing yours. They're beautiful!

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