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    Awesome.....that's one I will try!!!!
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    Amazed at how much it actually looks like bricks! Nice job!
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    The squares were 5.5 by 9.5 and the sashing was 1.5. Thank you for all the great comments.

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    Very nice colors and pattern. I really like it!
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    'tis lovely! You just gave me inspiration for a fat quarter bundle I have....now to act on it lol
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    Beautiful colors!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tucsonquilter View Post
    I have been wanting to make one of these for years and finally got around to it....LOL. All the flannel was from my stash so I didnt have to buy anything for it. This quilt is staying in my home. Cant wait for colder weather.
    It's fantastic! I love the colors. And don't you just love the fact that you used the flannel in your stash?

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    Such a striking quilt. I love the colors. Perfect for the pattern.

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    Thanks for the info on the block and sashing size. I intend to make this pattern soon. Yours looks great...

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    Wonderful quilt! What a good idea for using your flannel. I have plenty of scraps stored that would make such a quilt. It will keep you nice and warm when the cold winds blow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tucsonquilter View Post
    This quilt is staying in my home. Cant wait for colder weather.
    Totally agree with you, a gorgeous warm and cuddly addition.

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    Oh I love the cozy quilt....although I think it would get more use in Wisconsin hehehehehe
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    Beautiful !!!

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    Just wondering what you might think if the sashing was cotton fabric and the bricks flannel. (All preshrunk of course) I'm not sure how much neutral I have in flannel.

    Quote Originally Posted by Robin57 View Post
    Oh I love the cozy quilt....although I think it would get more use in Wisconsin hehehehehe
    Smooth one, Robin. I think it would get more use in New England.

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    What a beautiful quilt! I hope your cooler weather comes soon. LOVE your colors!!

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    What a great idea. I am going to do this one. Thank you, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    I like it - probably the nicest brick quilt I've seen. Good colors.
    I agree with you.
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    GRRRRRRRRRRRRR am I the only one who can't see the quilt??

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    Love the color blends for this brick quilt. Nice quilt.
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    great job; love the colours

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    Quote Originally Posted by heather1949 View Post
    I agree with you.

    I also agree that this is the best brick quilt I have seen. Your color choices are wonderful. Great job.
    Have a blessed day.

    Linda

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    This is very pretty and looks warm and snuggly.

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    Perfect pattern for flannel fabrics! Lovely!

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    Thanks for the great idea to use up flannel scraps. Lovely quilt!

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    I have a lap quilt waiting to be quilted at the LAQ home. It's name is Brickworks by the Swirly Girls of Richmond, VA. I took a chance and used many colors of Kaffe Fassett stripes cut in 3.5"x7.5" rectangles left from a larger quilt, teamed them with his Millifiouri colors. The colors in the stripes do coordinate with the nearby (small flowers) patterns Can hardly wait to see the quilt again. The stripe rectangles were on hand for a year before I found the pattern just right for them. Precious material you just have to hang on to.

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