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Thread: The Cut Up Quilt

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    Senior Member AndiR's Avatar
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    The Cut Up Quilt

    This is a quilt I recently finished. I really LOVE this fabric line - Little Gatherings from Moda. I wanted to keep a masculine feel to the quilt when I quilted it, so I took a pantograph pattern called Mahogany and modified it to make a block, then rotated each block so every other one was vertical/horizontal. It was a lot of fun to make and I'm happy with how it turned out. I liked the fabric so well that I'm now making another quilt from a Jelly Roll from this same line

    Thanks for looking.
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    The colors are great....yes, a good "man's quilt" I also love your panto design....good job!!!

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    Beautiful quilt! Love the colors.
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    What a beautiful quilt. You did an amazing job on the quilting as well.
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    Wow...great quilt..I really like that pattern
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    Love your pattern, the colors and the quilting. Great job.
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    Love the quilt and the quilting. The quilting almost looks like wood grain.
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    Wow! I love the fabrics, love the design, and love your quilting!!!
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    Really like the quilting design. Very masculine quilt!

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    It does look like a wood grain! Great pattern!
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    Pretty quilt-cool quilting!
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    It is very pretty. Love the pattern you chose for the fabric.

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    Love the quilt and teh quilting
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    Neat quilt!

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    Very nice!

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    alove it, great job!
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    I agree--a great mans quilt-very pretty!
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    Love the quilt. I love that fabric and have made a purse with it.
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    I love the colors and design. Nice quilting job. I may just have to steal this idea.
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    Nice job! Cool 'man' quilt
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    You done good!

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    Beautiful! I see it as a man's quilt but I have to admit I love browns and would love it for myself too. Your quilting enhanced it!

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    So nice for a man. I love the pattern. Could you tell us what the name of it is please?

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    I can see why you had fun with that one! It's very attractive ... very unique! Love it!

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    Great "man quilt"...really smart looking!
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