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Thread: Couple more Button Up Buttercup Quilts

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    Couple more Button Up Buttercup Quilts

    The Button Up Buttercup pattern is so much fun. I am always amazed at the different look and "feel" you get from different fabrics. I am posting two other quilts I made from this pattern. The edges of the flower petals are meant to fray out with each washing to give it a three dimensional look. Mine aren't frayed yet. The homespun is on the back of my sofa and the flannel went to another grandchild. My first year of quilting was pretty productive. I totally finished 21 quilts and had 4 more tops completed and waiting to be quilted. I think I may have caught the quilting bug. LOL.
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    You go girl!! These are so cute! Good job.

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    Cute quilts!! You are getting a lot done!
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    VERY nice!
    I like the notion of letting the fabric fray to create dimension.

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    sew adorable , thanks for the showing , ,, yes i'd say you've caught the bug , welcome . to the QB

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    nicely done
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    both are very nice

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    i love these...they are SOOOO pretty!

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    Very cute!
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    oh your quilts are so neat. pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suenichols View Post
    The Button Up Buttercup pattern is so much fun. I am always amazed at the different look and "feel" you get from different fabrics. I am posting two other quilts I made from this pattern. The edges of the flower petals are meant to fray out with each washing to give it a three dimensional look. Mine aren't frayed yet. The homespun is on the back of my sofa and the flannel went to another grandchild. My first year of quilting was pretty productive. I totally finished 21 quilts and had 4 more tops completed and waiting to be quilted. I think I may have caught the quilting bug. LOL.
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    sorry, but there is no cute for the quilt bug

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    I really like this pattern and your different choice of fabrics. They look so different, but both are wonderful!
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    Love that pattern - they look so cheerful!

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    they are really cute and like way you did your colors!!!!!
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    those are so cute, love them

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    Those are so cute! Love the colors in the second one.

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    those are soo cute

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    You won't get any sympathy for the quilt-bug disease on this board, just accolades for beautiful quilts!
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    Lovely quilts! You have accomplished much in your first year of quilting! Am looking forward to seeing your future projects!!
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    Very pretty quilts! Sounds like you had a great first year.

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    Those quilts are just great and will be loved.

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    I like your Button up Buttercup quilts!! They are all soooo lovely. Thank you for sharing.
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    I love these quilts. Thank you for sharing the name of the pattern.
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    I like them alot. Interesting the two totally different feels the quilts have using different fabrics.

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    those are great.I have a tub full of homespuns-great look using them
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