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Thread: Conformity vs Individuality from scraps and fabric pieces

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    Conformity vs Individuality from scraps and fabric pieces

    all the same yet all different...hence the name.....made with scraps and fabric pieces from Charisma.....from one of our exchanges.....I love this one.....turned out so darn cute....what do you think???
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    Cute is the word. I really like it. It is really different too.

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    nicely done
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    Great quilt. Reminds me a little of the Tinman from Wizard of Oz.

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    What an interesting pattern. I love all the colors.
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    that is really a neat quilt!!!
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    Very cute! Is it the PP pattern from the projects page at The Quilt Show?

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    The pattern is called Oklahoma Boomers from around 1898. I found this quilt in the book Fat Quarter Friendly from Fon`s and Porter`s For the Love of Quilting Magazine. I did mine a bit differently. I did make myself a paper piece pattern for the head so it would be easier to assemble. The rest is rotary cut. In the book the quilt was called Collective Conditioning....I`ve been wanting to make this quilt even before I started quilting.....
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    Very cute! Is it the PP pattern from the projects page at The Quilt Show?

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    Ahhh so true...hadn`t thought oh that....would be cute and very different using Wizard of Oz fabric......
    Quote Originally Posted by SouthPStitches View Post
    Great quilt. Reminds me a little of the Tinman from Wizard of Oz.

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    Your quilt is so cute. Thanks for sharing. Such a neat idea and I love your name you gave it.
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    Very cute! Love all the different fabrics in scrap quilts.

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    I think it is pretty darn cute also.

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    me too....think it is my fav quilt to do...so many possibilities....
    Quote Originally Posted by Lori S View Post
    Very cute! Love all the different fabrics in scrap quilts.

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    Very interesting pattern
    Nice

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    I like it, you made a good choice.
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    It's a cute quilt. And it looks easy enough for me to make! I can see a quilt like this getting a lot of love for a very long time! Great job.

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    I do love that quilt. Do you have a pattern? or a paper piece sheet?
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    Fun quilt....m

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    Cute quilt! I like how the block borders are different colors yet unifying!
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    The pattern can also be found in quilterscache.... i saw it there as well.....i did make a paper piece pattern for the head because it was made with a template that i didn`t want to use.....
    Quote Originally Posted by Jvan228 View Post
    I do love that quilt. Do you have a pattern? or a paper piece sheet?

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    I did plan the sashing between the blocks using the fabric I had to work with...it is not placed randomly....nice that you noticed!!!
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    Cute quilt! I like how the block borders are different colors yet unifying!

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    Love your quilt!
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    It's great!

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    Awesome job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by barny View Post
    Cute is the word. I really like it. It is really different too.
    I agree, really cute

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