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Thread: Am I done??

  1. #151
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    great job. very pretty quilt.

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    Totally beautiful..Love it.

  3. #153
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    Looking at your quilt just boggles my mind. How in the world did you do that without a pattern? Are you ever talented or what. I envy your ability to create.

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    The quilt is beautiful.

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    It's really not hard to do it without a pattern when I have EQ7. All I need to know is the size of block it is based on. Make 4" 4-patch blocks (made up of 2 1/2" squares), and 4" HSTs. I drew the pointed triangle and wedge blocks in EQ and printed them, then the flying geese.

    All of the 4-patch (LOTS of them) were done by sewing two jelly roll strips together, cutting them into 2 1/2" sections, then sewing two different sections together.

    It doesn't take a pattern to tell me how to do all of the individual little blocks and EQ7 tells me the yardage needed.

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    BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL :D

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    Beautiful quilt. I would put a border on it. It doesn't have to be fancy, it could be a solid or a print. It would look more finished with a border. Just my opinion

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    WOW!!!

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    Gorgeous!!!

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    Your quilt is gorgeous.

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    awesome!

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    Wow! What an amazing quilt! You did such a great job. Here's my 2 cents - it's done when you feel it is done. :-)

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    Ohhhhh My....... what a beautiful, beautiful quilt!! Your daughter will adore it!! Spectacular.

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    Very very very beautiful! Did I mention how beautiful your quilt is!

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    Beautiful! I don't think a black on black border is necessary since you already have a dark background surrounding your circles and creating its own border. Lovely job and wonderful pattern.

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    A lot of work in this piece, but an absolutely beautiful outcome. Well done! Your daughter should be thrilled.

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    Stunning! I would go further only if needed for size.

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    Oh my goodness!!! That is a magnificent quilt!!!

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    What a great job you did!! It is a stunning quilt, breathtaking. Will be wonderful regardless of what you do or don't do for borders. Thank you for showing!

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    Very very nice quilt. You did an awesome job.

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    WOW.

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    GORGEOUS!!!

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    Beautiful quilt.

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    Excuse my drool... holy moly do I love this baby. you've done a fabulous job. Bravo, woman! :thumbup:

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    That is fabulous!!

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