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Thread: Creme Brulee top done, now to quilt the top

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    I agree! FUN. A good variation on the split rail.

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    Lovely! Love the colors -- such energy!

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    Love that pattern. Could you tell me where to find that pattern?
    God bless you and have a nice day.

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    I like that . I just added a whole bunch of fabrics to my scrap bin. hmm.....

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    Cute quilt. Love the pinwheels. They really pop.
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    You did a fine job!
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    Great work makes me think of summer! Did you use a pattern?

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    That has turned out really cool!

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    Like your happy quilt. You can probably pin baste right there on your table. Just start in the center and work your way out.
    Sharon (Gypsylady)

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    I love the b&w pinwheel punch and the bright scrappy colors!
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    Free pattern was used. Yes, don't know if I can post on this board.

    ready to stitch in ditch and on plain fabrics.. put in some fancy stitch work.. fun project ! thanks !

    Ell
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    What a wonderful cheery quilt!
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    nice & colorful!!!

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    You sure fooled me. I thought it would be Cremes and there counterparts. Nice though. I wish I could get into the brights, but just can't make myself buy them.

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    Very nice indeed!!!! Your DD will love it. Great job!
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    It will make her room come alive. She will love it as we all do. Job well done all around.

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    What a happy quilt, it makes me smile!
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    I love this pattern and yourtake on it! Thanks for sharing.
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    I love this quilt!
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    The pinwheels definitely add to this quilt. Love your bright and cheerful colors. Great job.
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    Ooh, pretty! Love the colours and the use of the pinwheels between the brights.

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    The Fence Rail is one of my favorite patterns for "quick and beautiful". I love yours, with the pinwheels added. You can go to your local quilt shop and use their tables to pin your top together. Check ahead to see if they are available and the shop is not having a class. I did this several times when I started quilting. They also let me use their clamps the first time, then I bought my own. Ellen

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    That is beautiful. Love how you added the black and white pinwheel.

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    I miss the facebook like button.. thank you all for the posts, the ideas ( LQS to have room to pin) and yes, I did have a pattern.. was from a magazine but there is a free pattern available online.
    Sometimes you just have to sit in a chair and jog in order to get anywhere.
    Ell

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    Lookin so good! can't wait to see what the quilting will do to it!

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