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Old 02-02-2016, 07:24 AM
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Whilst I am making the Sweet Caroline quilt http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...y-t275087.html because there are not too many opportunties to do chain peicing I have been using up my 2" squares to make another quilt, thanks Bonnie

I have used her http://quiltville.blogspot.co.uk/201...tern-time.html but made it a Dancing 16 Patch, as I have so many and I want a large quilt. I have also changed the sashing fabric from 1.5" to 2" as the squares are bigger. I am using a sunny yellow fabric as I don't want to use up my white on whites as I need them so much for other quilts that I have in the pipeline, what is your opinions ladies?
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Old 02-02-2016, 07:29 AM
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My opinion is yes, yes, yes!
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Old 02-02-2016, 07:38 AM
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I love the way you modified the pattern! I just finished the top of a 100 Patch quilt and have a large box of the 2" squares left over. I may try your modification, if you don"t mind. Thanks for the great idea. Your sunny yellow sashing looks perfect with the blocks.
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Originally Posted by franc36 View Post
I love the way you modified the pattern! I just finished the top of a 100 Patch quilt and have a large box of the 2" squares left over. I may try your modification, if you don"t mind. Thanks for the great idea. Your sunny yellow sashing looks perfect with the blocks.
No problem, there was another reason that I chose the yellow, I don't have many yellows in 2" squares whereas I do have a lot of white and didn't want to see white blocks against white sashing it spoils the crispness of the sashing, if you get my meaning ?!
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I love the sunny yellow with the scrap blocks!
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I think yellow is a happy color - will look great!
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The yellow is going to brighten up this quilt. Good Luck.
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I like the sunny look.
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A definite yes! And love the offset setting of the 16-patch!
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Looks great. BrendaK
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