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Thread: Disappearing 4 patch

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    Disappearing 4 patch

    Thank you all so much for your help with quilting this. I absolutely love how it has turned out. Now I'm just taking my time with the hand binding.
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    Beautiful quilt!!!

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    ​Great quilt and quilting!

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    Fun quilt with lots of movement! Your quilting is a nice compliment to the pattern.
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    That turned out very nice - the quilting complements the quilt nicely. I really need to make a D4P!

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    I love the "disappearing" concept, makes it look a lot more complicated than it really is

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    Great quilt and the quilting is perfect!

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    very nice quilt
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    Very pretty. I like the dramatic dark border with the lightness of the center.

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    Oh I really like this!
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    Very pretty. I just posted mine a few days ago with a different layout. Love this pattern.

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    I saw yours, I really wish I did it with all pattern blocks instead of the white, I just followed the missouri star quilt co tutorial online so I did what they say. I laid out all my blocks too before I sewed them together to see which way I preferred the colours and it looked much better have it graduating in big blocks of colour.

    I wish I'd know what a pain it is to line up seams, I'd have probably picked something else for my first time. This was meant to be a single bed size but I put together one charm pack and was over the seams so decided to make it a throw with a thick border, added the double border to give it size.

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    Thats basically what I did to give mine size too. I didn't think about alternating the blocks with solids. I also hate lining up seams and I have a bargello in my near future - go figure.

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    I think I just added a Bargello to my list, way way way way down the bottom of the list but that looks amazing. My to do list is very very long now.

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    Nicely done.

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    I really like your quilt. It is just wonderful!! Def on my bucket list
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    Well worth the effort. Great job.

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    nicely done!!!!!
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    very nice quilt

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    Really wonderful quilt and quilting!
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    it turned out great!
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    Great job! This one's definitely on the bucket list!

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    Beautiful work!!!!!!!

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    Wow this is really cool. Great job with quilting too!
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    Cute, cute, cute!
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