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Thread: A batik scrappy quilt from Roberta - bob1414

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    Wow Bob....good use of your batiks! Very striking! I love batiks!

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    That is spectacular!

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    Very nice!

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    First off your quilt is stunning! Second, I wish that I could quilt that fast. I guess it just takes practise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbyhorse1027
    Roberta your quilt is absolutely fabulous. How long did it take you to complete the top?

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    I don't keep track of my time, so I can't tell you how many hours, but off and on for the month of May, 2010.

    Glad Creations makes fun patterns!

    Thanks for the compliment!
    -Roberta

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    that is a beautiful quilt! thank you for sharing the photo and the name of it. haven't seen the glad creations patterns before but i sure am going to be looking now!!

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    jaw dropping gorgeous!

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    Beautiful Log Cabin! Works beautifully with scrappy! I am experiencing a serious case of envy!!! I would love to make a log cabin, but I am so disorganized and color challenged I am afraid I would make a total mess of it. :-(

    Thanks so much for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by montanaquilter
    that is a beautiful quilt! thank you for sharing the photo and the name of it. haven't seen the glad creations patterns before but i sure am going to be looking now!!
    go to their website: www.gladcreationsquilts.com
    They have lots of nice patterns!!!

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    Beautiful quilt. I have a pattern similar but haven't found the right background yet. Love the one you chose!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachel
    Beautiful quilt. I have a pattern similar but haven't found the right background yet. Love the one you chose!!
    Thank you - I just used what I had but I do have a lot :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursie76
    Beautiful Log Cabin! Works beautifully with scrappy! I am experiencing a serious case of envy!!! I would love to make a log cabin, but I am so disorganized and color challenged I am afraid I would make a total mess of it. :-(

    Thanks so much for sharing!
    Grab a bunch of different fabric, squint at them together and if they kind of look the same in terms of brightness (lights, mediums or darks), you can make a scrappy! Best way is to jump right in - maybe start with a small quilt! They don't always turn out perfectly but give it a try! I "organize" my "scrappiness" - meaning that I don't put a bunch of the same types of colors together - I scatter them around to keep the quilt balanced. I think most of you know what I mean!!

    Just give it a try - it's only fabric and time (ha-ha!).

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    I am in awe!

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    Gorgeous :thumbup:

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    So pretty, very well done! YAY for you!

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    Stunning

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    I looked at the web site for Glad Creations...great patterns!! I'm sure I'll order one from them.

    I like your colors a lot. And I'm waiting for your sale....waiting, waiting! :-)

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    Ohh, so pretty!

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    Wow, I love it!

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    One beautiful quilt!

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    It's beautiful! I can't wait to get my hands on some of your batiks. Of course none of my creations will look this good!

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    Beautiful! Love the colors.

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    Roberta, your fingers must fly when you are working. It would take me a month just to cut all the pieces for this quilt. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful work.

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    So this is a quilt that I did for a customer this Jan. she is going to enter it in the state fair this summer. what do you think? Look good on your quilt?
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    Exquisite quilt & fabrics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarpanini
    So this is a quilt that I did for a customer this Jan. she is going to enter it in the state fair this summer. what do you think? Look good on your quilt?
    Beautiful quilting and yes it would look go on the quilt top bob1414 just finished!

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