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Thread: Another purple and white Night and Day block quilt

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    Beautiful, love the back too.
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    Just an outstanding quilt!!!

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    gorgeous!!!!
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    Gorgeous!!!! Your colors are wonderful.......beautiful quilt!!
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    Thank you for the wonderful comments everyone! I sure appreciate it. Regarding the points; I am kind of a perfectionist even though nothing ends up being perfect, I sure do try. Each quilt is helping me hone my skills. I pinned as carefully as I could. Some of those seams were ripped 3 times to try to get the points better. The paper piecing sure helps me with a pattern like this. Again, thanks so much for the kind remarks. Have a great day!

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    Beautifully pieced and great use of fabrics! Very nice 3-D effect.
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    Very nice love your colors
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    I like this a lot, and the backing makes it reversible. Extra good

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    Looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing.
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    FANTASTIC!! Love the colors and the piecing looks awesome!

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    BEAUTIFUL quilt !!! Love it, love it. Fabulous job.
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    I love purple! And I love this pattern! Great job and I love your backing, kinda fun!!
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    You did a beautiful job, I love this pattern. I have made a couple of them. I have one for sale in my Etsy shop, the other one I gifted to my neighbor, she loved it.

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    A great quilt,nice colours.
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    Nice job! I've no clue how to paper piece, but your quilt looks marvelous!
    Go forth and sew!

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    Love the purples. Great job.

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    Wow you are GOOD! It turned out terrific and I love your colors!

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    Could you please post the site of Kristen0112’s post from 09-19-2010? I couldn't find it.

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    It is just beautiful! I love the "Night and Day" pattern. How did you quilt it?

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    Beautiful, and very perfect piecing!

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    Wow! I'm impressed...just 5 weeks and all out of your stash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by margaret53 View Post
    It is just beautiful! I love the "Night and Day" pattern. How did you quilt it?
    I found the site on quilter's cache http://quilterscache.com/N/NightandDayBlock.html

    You're quilt is beautiful. Thank you so much for showing it.

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    Again, thanks for all of the compliments - I also loved how it turned out and it is now in the mail to the deserving recipient.

    luvin quilting - Kristen0112ís post from 09-19-2010 was a post asking if there was a free pattern for the E.Burns
    Day and Night quilt - Kristen0112 had provided that same link to the quilter's cache which has a PP
    pattern. I do better with paper piecing than strip cutting. I ended up drafting the block in EQ7 and
    played with it there so I could get the final size I wanted as well as try out different borders.

    Margaret53 - Mostly it is SID with the walking foot. I used Warm and Natural batting so the quilting could be 10"
    apart. The blocks are 12" so I did horizontal and vertical quilting only (so each 12" block had 4 sections
    of 6" quilted squares). On the final border I free motioned a simple chain that surrounded each of the
    triange and circle shapes.

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    Really beautiful quilt. Can't imagine that someone could finish it in 2 weeks. You did a great job!

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    It's really beautiful!
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