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    I love this pattern,as you can guess!!
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    ohh that is pretty..I own some of those fabrics as well..LOVE them!

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    I have that pattern to do. That is great!

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    Pretty, pretty!

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    It looks like a spring garden lattice. :thumbup:

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    I think it is lovely. could you please supply pattern information?

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    That came out so pretty. What is the pattern? First I looked at it and said ok, four triangles to make a square and sashing added after but then I looked at it again and it looks like the pieces are cut and sashing is a stripe in the middle of one block? I would like to use up some Christmas fabric with this pattern. I never use white ever in a quilt (phobic of dirt marks on the fabric I think) but I can see how that would make the red and greens I have really 'pop'. Love your quilt. It screams sit with me and a cup of tea!

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    cute

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    Did you use a charm pack?
    Want to know about the fabric choices as they are so lovely.
    Nice little quilt. Also the pattern.

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    Really, really nice. Yes please share the pattern. Love the fabrics.....Yes, all curled up with a cuppa tea...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riversong
    I love this pattern,as you can guess!!
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    What pattern is this?

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    How pretty!! It looks so soft and cuddly. I love the white lattice! It makes it look like a garden.

    That's not the pattern you are addicted to (from another post)--so is this another of your favorites? You pick nice ones!

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    Oh, that's beautiful -- and you're gonna send it to me, right??? :roll:

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    The fabric is Moda Nostalgia, I think. Not sure about the pattern.

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    The pattern is simple --you cut any size square you want ; cut it on an angle, sew a strip of solid color fabric in between.

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    lovely.

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    Okay, this is two lovely quilts of the same pattern that I have looked at from you in quick succession. Is it a simple pattern? The results are lovely!

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    the pattern, the pattern---we love it, tell us how to make it!

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    That is a great pattern. Looks like it would be something that could actually be finished in a weekend or two.

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    very pretty

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    Cut a square on the diagonal( your choice of size) sew a strip in between two of the triangles,( my strips are 1 and 1/2 to 2 inches wide) square up and sew four of these units together to make one x block.

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    I can see why you love this pattern, it is truly beautiful and with the fabrics you choose, it is stunning for sure! :thumbup:

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    That is so soft looking and very pretty. Nice work.

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    That pattern makes such beautiful quilts!!! Good Job :D:D:D

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    Wow, I love that pattern, too, and your colour scheme is perfect!

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