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Thread: blue bandana and leopard print-WOW

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    nice pattern and fabric!!! really different!!! I like it!!!

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    That is going to look so nice when it is done. Please post a picture. I never thought these fabrics would look good together but they really do!
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    The combination of the fabrics is really eye-catching! Love it. I have used this pattern and have enjoyed it very much.

    Thanks for sharing.


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    Bold, manly and a very striking quilt. Nice use of the bandana fabric.

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    beautiful rendition of the anita's block.
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    I like the secondary design created by the bandanna fabric. Defiantly manly. I like it look forward to seeing it finished.

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    What a great combination of fabrics! Fantastic! Love it!
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    I NEVER would have thought to put those two fabrics together but I'm impressed!! This actually looks really good!

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    Yes, it's very manly. How absolutely cool!!

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    I have been collecting different bandanas as they have been available at our Dollar Store. I'm thinking this pattern done scrappy might be fun to try. I have a lot of male and female oriented bandanas. Will be fun to play with sometime in the future when if get caught up. LOL.. yes I am being optimistic by saying WHEN!
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    What a great idea. Love your blocks
    Nana of 1 E and 2 G's

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    You're right, it is bold, manly and very attractive. You have a great eye when you find the blue bandanas and end up with such studly blocks!

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    I really love that pattern. It is great for a 2color quilt and it goes together really fast.
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    this is so much outside what I normally choose to comment on. I really like it so far and bandanas are easy to come by in lots of colors. I like your combo of the bandana with the animal print...

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    Holy cow it's GREAT! I would never have been brave enough or would have thought to try this. LOVE IT....
    Keep smiling, it makes others wonder what you're up to!

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    I would never have thought to put those fabrics together, but they look terrific!

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    Your words were spot on in your heading - - - WOW! That is really cool. I like how you paired it with the leopard fabric.
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    Great fabric choices!
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    I would never have thought to pair the two fabrics. The really play nice together. What is pattern?

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    Love it great combo!!
    Quilt outside of the box!

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    I found a free download "for a limited time" of Anita's Arrowhead at http://www.quiltmaker.com/patterns/d...html?idx=12909

    I too would never have thought of bandana and leopard print together, but it looks great!

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    Very cute..Who would have thought to use those together...Well done....

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    I think I like your combo of fabric choices better than the scrappy one by Anita.

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    i love it.. you did a great job... what is the pattern called... that was such a unique idea and so great for a guy

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