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Thread: Big and Bold, and Fairy quilt.

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    This is my second big and bold.....( actually I peiced this one before the last one..but just recently quilted it) and it uses several different lines of fabric. I also just finished the fairy quilt today..it is for my daughter who's birthday is in a few weeks and likes fairies...( I don't..hehe) The fairy quilt is my own recipe and uses several lines of fabric as well...
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    here are the rest of the fairy pictures.
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    Oh WOW!! :D They are both so beautiful!! :D Your daughter is just going to love her Fairy Quilt, for her birthday. The fabric's you have put together are gorgeous!! Job, well done.
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    Striking fabrics and desigh... the flowers and fairies. I love quilts that are from your own personality...not necessarily a pattern out of a book. I know my own kids love their MOM quilts better than any others they own. Camai

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    very pretty dd should love it, love the colors and pattern, great job.

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    You've got a great eye for colour!

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    Great work.

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    Beautiful!

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    What beautiful quilts. Is the Big Bold quilt a pattern I could find somewhere?

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    Great quilts!

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    Love the quilts and colors. Daughter will love this.

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    Both very pretty quilts. I especially like the fairy quilt. Your daughter is going to love that.

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    Beautiful!!!!

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    Wow! Love your fabric choices!!!!

    Very pretty quilts...both of them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrammaNancy
    What beautiful quilts. Is the Big Bold quilt a pattern I could find somewhere?
    YEs..I believe they have it on connecting treads website.....but it is a pattern by Cozy quilt designs.

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    Both of your quilts are beautiful! DD's fairy quilt will definitely be a hit with her! The fabrics in both quilts are gorgeous, you do such good work!

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    I had thought of making the fairy quilt too... there are so many beautiful quilts to make. Nice work.

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    They are both beautiful!!!

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    Smashing!

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    I love your fairy quilt. I think the fabric is great.

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    Gorgeous quilts, Charisma! I always admire your talent.

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    Both are very pretty! I like the black accents in the 1st one.

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    What beautiful quilts. The fairy quilt is perfect for a little girl. So pretty. I fell in love with the first one. What beautiful fabrics. Great job on both.

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    Dont you just love those fairies?

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    I love your work, but why do i feel like I've seen this post before. Because I was thinking about using the concept with the b&w bricks from the swap. Oh well maybe I'm in the forum too too much. But, I love all your work. It was from a post. . . oh well.

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