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Thread: BOM 'No Way Out' quilt top finished!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    That is wonderful. You did an awesome job. I can't even begin to imagine working with all those little squares.

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    Love it

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    Wow, Wow, and Wow!!! It's gorgeous! Yeah, I say make him take you out to dinner, too. A Very nice dinner!!!!

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    Janstar, that is a beautiful quilt. I really enjoyed meeting you and your husband at Sisters. I also have that book but haven't started making anything from it yet. I saw Susan Dissmore at Puyallup Sewing and Stitchery Expo in 2007, and I was blown away by her beautiful quilts, most of them from that book. It just seems like making a sampler takes so much longer, but obviously it is worth it.

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    Wowzers Jan that is a stunner! I love the black and grey - gives a real smoky effect to the whole thing - hubby owes you BIG TIME!!! :D

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    Wow de Wow! What a great job you did. I absolutely love it. I can't beleive you had the patience to do all those tiny blocks.

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    What a beautiful fantastic quilt. Good job.

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    This is soooo beautiful!

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    Wow!
    Where was this when someone was asking for "manly colors?" The black and grey chains offset the other colors in a wonderful, masculine way!
    Mind you, it is equally feminine!
    Beautiful job! I've never seen an arrangement quite like this!

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    It's a beauty. You are right, he better take VERY good care of it!!! :)

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    I love it very excellent :D

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    Very nice!

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    That's really nice. Love how it goes out into the border!

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    That's beautiful!

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    I have to say that I think your husband picked well. He knew you could do it and you did!! He is going to be loving this quilt for a VERY long time!!!

    Simply spectacular!!!!!!!

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    Wow I love the quilt. The colors are just great. I would like to do that pattern.

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    Stunning quilt. I love the colors you chose for the chain; it really pops. I also love that the chain extends into the border. It is an amazing quilt...

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    what a stunning quilt.....thanks for sharing....:-)

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    I'm glad this popped up again.. I love this baby!! :D

    How many different blocks are in it? Are some the same pattern, but different colors?

    What's the one with purple in the close-up called? It looks like a sun. :D

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    Love that diagonal design, Janstar! Your hubby got himself, one sharp looking quilt there! :D

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    Hi Karla,
    There are 12 different blocks. That setting called for 18 blocks so 6 are doubles and yes in different colors. That block is called the Christmas Star. It was assembled much different than I've ever done before. Everything is a 9 1/2" block. Someone, the book author, of course, really worked on this pattern. If you follow her every direction it turns out just fine. Thanks for your interest.

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    That is really cool looking, I love the pattern and the colors. I think I would have been a bit batty after finishing that one.

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    very pretty

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    Beautiful quilt.

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    wowee! my eyes are still buggy. Bet you had to stand back often and take a gander at the colors and such to be sure you were right on. Just wonderful.

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