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Thread: Black and white 'Think Outside the Box' quilt update

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    I must do that quilt but I am unable to find your website. Can you check again on the name and pattern? It is awesome. Thanks!!!

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    Great Quilt!! I hope you win. Keep us posted

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    Holy cow!! That's georgous. Would love to see a pic after you quilt it.

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    Awesome!!!!

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    This is the most fantastic quilt I have ever seen and I will be getting the pattern to try my hand at this one.I thought maybe a stitch in the ditch on the black borders, I dont think it will detract from the over-all design.And I Thank-you for sharing this piece of badly needed inspiration

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    I love the way the blocks seem to float with the middle square being the highest... :thumbup:

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    I think the idea of using half circles and/or full circles when quilting the sandwich layers is an excellent idea to complement the squares.

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    Wow! I love this one!

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    Your quilt is absolutely stunning. Good luck with your entry!

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    Wow! Definitely looks 3-D!

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    Wow! Awesome quilt. It looks 3 dimensional. Good job.

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    I love this quilt-i just got my pattern yesterday and can't wait to try it! will be a while though.

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    I am working on the same quilt---in black, white and red, but I am paper piecing it!

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    It is outstanding, I love the dimension feel to it. Good luck at the fair, I would give you the Grand Prize. WOW!!

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    Wow, love the optical effect you attained in this quilt! Nice fabric choices too! :thumbup:

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    Your quilt is awesome. Love the colors and pattern. That is a big WOW!

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    Thanks for the info on the pattern and web site, I just ordered it. Can't wait to get it, yours is outstanding.

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    So 3D looking. Awsome quilt.

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    love it

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    Stunning quilt. Your use of color enhances the three dimensional look. I agree that echo quilting the design would reinforce this feature.

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    great pattern & fabrics...........looks like the blocks are
    floating.

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    My goodness, that is awesome. I have that pattern in my stash, but I have been afraid I can't do it. Was it hard? Were the pattern directions clear? I don't want to start something I can't finish!!

    You did a great job!! Thanks for sharing!!

    Glenda :-D

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    Love it!

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    Lovely!

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