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Thread: Brick lap quilt

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    Brick lap quilt

    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.
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    love it and I'm going to have to try that. What a wonderful quilt to cuddle under
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    I was in Tucson the last 4 days, quilted with my friends there! Also went to the quilt store and found wonderfu fabrics!
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    Pretty fall colors. What size are your blocks? - I started one with 3x5" but is taking forever to collect enough variety!
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    wow, nicely done. i like the variation in colors
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    That's nice! I've been wanting to do a brick quilt too...one of these days!

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    I love these brick quilts and yours is great - beautiful colors!

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    I like it - probably the nicest brick quilt I've seen. Good colors.

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    Very nice. Great fall colors. Will have to put that on my list.

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    nice and it looks like bricks

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    beautiful quilt
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    Turned out really nice!!!!!
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    That is very pretty!!! Love the colors!
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    Very pretty. Love your fabrics. Does it get that cold in Tucson
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    wow...I love how you laid that out! Looks great! I will have to put that on my to do list.

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    Very pretty! Thanks for sharing and giving me an idea for my flannel.
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    Great quilt, i love it when i get a freebee.

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    very nice--would love to make one!!

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    Very nice quilt.....hmmmmm....I have been wanting to do one for ages.....time to dig through the stash! And I even have a brick size die for the Accuquilt.....cuttin' time!
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    Wow, it really turned out pretty. Your color choices are perfect

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    That is so very awesome.
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    Love the colours you have chosen. Nice work.

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    Love it, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Very pretty quilt and I love the colors.

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    What size did you make your blocks? And your sashing? I have some sort of suede-looking fabrics in plain beautiful colors that I bought several years ago. After seeing your quilt I am inspired to use them for a quilt similar to yours. It is lovely!!

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