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Thread: Christmas Quilt Top Completed.

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    Christmas Quilt Top Completed.

    Here is the finnished top, blocks look like there floating. Thanks for looking.
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    Love that panel....very pretty...and thought when i saw your original post how really well the it matches to the background.
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    Thanks so much, these work up fast, lap quilt size and will be awesome gifts.



    Quote Originally Posted by PenniF View Post
    Love that panel....very pretty...and thought when i saw your original post how really well the it matches to the background.
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    Thanks for the inspiration. I have been gifted a lot of Christmas prints and this would be a wonderful pattern to make good use of them. Love your quilt!

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    Thank you. This quilt top can be made so many different ways.


    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947 View Post
    Thanks for the inspiration. I have been gifted a lot of Christmas prints and this would be a wonderful pattern to make good use of them. Love your quilt!
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    This is one of the first quilts I did with this pattern.
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    They both look so different! If I had to choose, I would pick the Holloween one. I LOVE the web quilting on it!!

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    Beautiful, love the halloween quilt.
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    Thank you, I gave the Halloween one to a very dear friend of mine for her b-day and she just loved it.
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    nicely done
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    both are nice... love the quilting

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    Wow, that is a sweet quilt. I love the sashing fabric, heck, I love the whole thing.

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    Thank you, the other top will be quilted with the same pattern as April's only in black.
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    very nice you did a nice job!!!!
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    Very pretty, you sure have been busy.
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    very nice quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Wow, what a difference between the two. It is a great way to use "holiday" fabric. Hmm...I have some St. Pat's Day fabric...

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    Thank you, that would work great, I'm also gonna make some in 30's, fall, and scrappy fabric's.


    Quote Originally Posted by rusty quilter View Post
    Wow, what a difference between the two. It is a great way to use "holiday" fabric. Hmm...I have some St. Pat's Day fabric...
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    Hey Buddiesmom! You and I were swp partners once. Good to see you still active here. Like this quilt , it is a good way to use conversation prints. Nice job!

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