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Thread: Bonnie Hunter's Easy Street Revised

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    Super Member Jan in VA's Avatar
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    YES!! Surprising love of these fabrics! Great job!

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    Thanks so much, everyone!

    I can't take credit for combining the black and white and the three colors. Bonnie's original quilt combined black and white fabrics with turquoise, purple and lime green. I couldn't imagine how it was going to come out but I took the leap, kept up each week and I'm pleased with the results. It's with the longarm quilter now!

    Thanks again...

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    Beautiful!
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    It;s gorgeous.

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    Great color combo!

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    I think I like your choice of colors better than Bonnie's. If hubby and I weren't getting the house ready to put on the market I would have been doing this one.

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    Love it. You should be very proud
    Love 4 stchen

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    Beautiful, terrific job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Looks great... and love the colors you used

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    quite pretty

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    My thoughts exactly. LOL
    Quote Originally Posted by justflyingin View Post
    That is really pretty! Doesn't really look "easy" though!

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    Looks great!

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    I like your quilt

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    Great job!!! Like your colours!

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    Beautiful quilt! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyndaOH View Post
    I finished up my version of Bonnie Hunter's Easy Street quilt at a quilt retreat this weekend. I changed it up a bit, but generally stuck to the plan. The only thing that was not from my stash was the black and white prints. Here it is:
    Were you at the Threads of Tradition retreat this weekend I heard it was the largest so far.
    Hope you had fun.

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    Great quilt!!
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    Oh i could just cuddle up in that. The colors are so inviting. Great job.
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    Great quilt!
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    That is absolutely beautiful...great job!!!
    There is no place like home!

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    I have had issues with the "blocks" and decided to set Easy Street aside for a while. I have been given instructions on how to "square" a triangle block and will hopefully retain that knowledge to finish this project.

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    Nice work. Like your colors

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    That's where I was! There were 96 of us, which is capacity for them. Have you been? It's such a great retreat. We went a day early and were raring to go Friday morning. Fun stuff!

    Quote Originally Posted by mimiof4 View Post
    Were you at the Threads of Tradition retreat this weekend I heard it was the largest so far.
    Hope you had fun.

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    Can I help in any way? Sometimes setting it aside for a bit can help!


    Quote Originally Posted by newbiequilter View Post
    I have had issues with the "blocks" and decided to set Easy Street aside for a while. I have been given instructions on how to "square" a triangle block and will hopefully retain that knowledge to finish this project.

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    Oh Wow! I think lots of folks are doing this and it is on my 'someday' list. Yours is really sweet!
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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