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Thread: D9P Wedding Quilt Finished!

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    Very pretty love the fabrics.
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    Love the colors. So pretty! I've been wanting to try one of these but have not yet.

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    Very pretty quilt. I love the colorsand how you have them arranged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzykittenbutt View Post
    nice job! and again...i just love those fabrics? are they from a collection? do you know the name(s)? thanks for sharing!
    Most of it is "Bliss" by Bonnie and Camille (out of print now). Some of them are from B&C's "Vintage Modern" line. They tend to use the same color palette for several of their lines, so you can mix them.

    The backing is just a stash fabric that I got at Hancock Fabrics, locally.
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    Didn't see your original post but I love your quilt! I'm sure the couple will too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike'sgirl View Post
    I love your colors and it's very nicely done. The corners look good to me, but I might just go ahead and sew them down just to be sure they don't come apart. You did all the work, you don't want it to come apart. jmho
    LOL, I started another thread to ask opinions about this:
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    The corners are turned tight and then caught in the stitching, so I don't see how in the world they could come apart. Have you had this happen on any of your quilts?
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    Its beautiful, love those DP9 quilts they look so different for everyone.
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    Very nice present.
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    If your fabric choices have anything to do with it, this is going to be one cheerful couple.
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    Love the colors. Love all the white. And I love secondary design created by the white.
    Great job!!
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    Very pretty. They will love it. Thanks for sharing.
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    I love it. I have been thinking of trying that pattern and your use of white and red is just right. I might have to make that my next project. THank you for the inspiration.

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    Oh I love scrappu 9NP's! Great job.
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    I really like your "quilting" pattern. It's one I think I could handle on my DSM. I'm not too good at FMS.. I also think your corners look fine. I do agree that maybe a washing would answer your question......Since most of us are just guessing from your picture, put it to the ulimate test.......

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    Such a bright and cheerful quilt - love your backing!

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    Gorgeous quilt with pretty fabrics! I need to try one of these!
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    Love the quilt, lucky couple!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wendiq View Post
    I really like your "quilting" pattern. It's one I think I could handle on my DSM. I'm not too good at FMS.. I also think your corners look fine. I do agree that maybe a washing would answer your question......Since most of us are just guessing from your picture, put it to the ulimate test.......
    It had been washed when I took the pictures... it passed the test!
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    fantastic quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Very pretty!!!
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    Sew cute!!

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    Oh ya, great job. I love that block. I'm sure the lucky wedding couple will love it, I know I would. Thanks for posting. Auntie B

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    Oh, I like it!

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    Nicely done. Great pattern and good choice of fabrics.

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    Really love how this quilt turned out-

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