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Thread: D9P on point

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    Quilt4U gave me the idea of doing this.
    She said she was thinking about it and I needed a new project, so I started it. Only one thing....I ran out of fabric, so I had to get my "personal shopper" to get me more. The fabric is from Walmart and it's so pretty!

    The colors, I just loved.

    I wish I could get the colors to come out better. I think it's the lightbulbs. Maybe I'll try messing with the pictures again tomorrow except take them outside on the balcony

    It's not actually that bright. A little bit dustier rosey.
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    ooooooo pretty. I find so many beautiful fabs at Walmart

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    That's nice! It has a different look with the two fabrics of the same color. I had to look closely to see it was a D9P.

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    Thanks!!!
    I just wish the color would come out better.
    That fabric pattern also comes in green and yellow too!

    I just thought it was pretty. Figured I'd try it with just 2 different colors, but the same fabric pattern and it came out pretty good for not really knowing what I was doing lol

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    It's gorgeous!!

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    It is very nice Terri. Is that a present for Dancer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachlady
    It is very nice Terri. Is that a present for Dancer?
    Thanks!
    Only if she foals TODAY! :)

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    That turned out great.

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    Nice! Good use of your time while watching Mare Stare! You've got me doing it too! :lol:

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    Thanks Littlehud and Shemjo.
    I would sew a couple blocks, run to the computer. Sew a few more, run to the computer. Got my exercise! lol

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    Blimey Terri, you whipped this one up quick, you are defo on a roll!!

    I love the fabrics, and like how you made a feature of the set in triangles too :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Very nice. Hard to see the D9P with the fabric you used. Yet another look for the D9P. Cool...

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    Terri that is a very nice d9p. I love the red very much.

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    Very nice, I like it on point. Pretty colors!

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    Such a neat pattern. It looks great on point. Great fabrics, Terri!

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    I like it on point. Good decision. Like the colors, too. Great job, Terri!! :thumbup:

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    VERY pretty Terri!!

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    Very pretty!!

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    Thanks all, but the suggestion came from Quilt4U, so she gets the credit for the idea

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    That's very pretty Terri!

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    Thanks. Yours came out great. Love it.I'm still working on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilt4u
    Thanks. Yours came out great. Love it.I'm still working on mine.
    Thanks!
    Now get yours finished! Or were you waiting to see how mine turned out before you finished yours lol

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    Very pretty Terri. I like it. Keep up the good work.

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    Great job! Inspirations are a great thing!Skeat

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