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Thread: Bonnet Girls - Fifteenth in Series - My Garden

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    Super Member OmaForFour's Avatar
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    I agree to make Farewell bigger and also change Evie. I would make the 20. You can always make pillow covers or shams with them if you end up not needing them. Your work is wonderful and I am saving all the pics to show to my quilt guild.

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    your blocks are beautiful )
    There's only one true happiness in life ... to love and be loved )

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    I am crazy about your quilt, as you know. Can't wait to see the last square and then the total quilt. Thanks for all you help.

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    They are all beautiful and love your last one.
    God Bless you all.
    Heather.

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    I would not change any of them. I think they are beautiful. As for 16 or 20 it depends on size of sashing and borders.I think you will need 20 unless you have huge borders. Just my opinion. They are all beautiful!!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by quiltsforme View Post
    Hello Ruth, I spend a lot of time at the sewing machine..No, I didn't have them prepped before hand. I have an obsessive, compulsive personality..When I start a project, I don't stop until it is finished..I stay up late many nights sewing...I used steam n seam (lite) for the appliques. I plan on using sashing in between the blocks. I am thinking if I can find the right fabric, that I want tiny flowers with a red background..but may change my mind, depends on what I find when I go for fabric...
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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    Oh another beauty! I do look forward to your girls. I'd do 20 too. It's going to be beautiful.
    SheriR~

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    After you add the sashing between all your blocks, you probably have enough for a full-size quilt.
    All your blocks are so gorgeous!

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