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Thread: From Don Again

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    Senior Member isewman's Avatar
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    I'm not sure, on how to post all of the picture, I have. So if anyone, can tell me how, let me know.. The picture of the 3 dog's are laying on a quilt, that is just about done.. Figureing on a border for it..

    A picture of the quilt, that I need a border for it yet..
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    This is a picture, of the same quilt as the green quilt, but in different color's
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    A close up view, of the quilt, with lady bug's, and red triangles. The border, I will use lady bug.. I have 4 yard's of lady bug fabric, that I ordered.
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    As usual they are beautiful!! Great work!

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    Very nice!

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    Love both quilts, but especially the last one! That's great ladybug fabric! You did great!! :D :D

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    Don those are beautiful!

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    Love your work Don...lovely colour palettes and the designs are really striking.

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    Very pretty.

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    Don love your colors in both quilts ,you go boy :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Lookin good. Like the block

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    Great work Don! Love your fabric, espescially the ladybugs!

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    Very Pretty!!! :D:D:D

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    Very, very pretty! Love the colors in both!

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    Oh my. Your quilts are awesome

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    Very pretty!!

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    It looks like you have some really nice quilts going there.
    In each of the quilts, I am seeing three strong colors with white or a neutral in the blocks.
    In the green/blue quilt, I think I would suspend the quilt in a two inch border of the lightest color before creating a pieced border of some aspect of the inside blocks ... little points or whatever ... that is really a very attractive quilt, there!
    Good show!

    I meant to say they are ALL very attractive. You do great work.

    Lightest COLOR ... not the white ... and make sure the outside border is bigger than that inside border ... the little border says ... "The picture stops here" the outer border/s suggest ... the ice cream on the apple pie! (heated of course )

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    Nice quilts

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    Your quilts are awesome. Love your color combination.

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    Oh I love the ladybug one!! Nice pattern!!

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    You are doing fine with posting pictures.
    You can only post three pictures at a time, but you can post as many pictures in a thread as you want to.
    I like the way you also add descriptions to the pictures ... that suggests to me that you have done this before! ;)

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    Awesome !!! Good Job !!!

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    Oh my golly. Your quilts are awesome. You may have posted it before but what pattern is that? I like it. You have a great fabric eye. :-D

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    Very nice Don!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dglvr
    Oh my golly. Your quilts are awesome. You may have posted it before but what pattern is that? I like it. You have a great fabric eye. :-D
    The block is actually turned at an angle ... tip your head sideways and study it - - the second picture shows the situation better than the first one does.
    No, I don't know the name of the pattern, but if you take off the tan/floral corners and look at the original square, you will be able to understand how Don got the pattern he got.
    That is the amazing thing about putting a block on point ... takes a very straight forward block and makes it quite exotic, sometimes ... in this case, it totally is awesome

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    Great quilts, Don. Keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omak
    Quote Originally Posted by dglvr
    Oh my golly. Your quilts are awesome. You may have posted it before but what pattern is that? I like it. You have a great fabric eye. :-D
    The block is actually turned at an angle ... tip your head sideways and study it - - the second picture shows the situation better than the first one does.
    No, I don't know the name of the pattern, but if you take off the tan/floral corners and look at the original square, you will be able to understand how Don got the pattern he got.
    That is the amazing thing about putting a block on point ... takes a very straight forward block and makes it quite exotic, sometimes ... in this case, it totally is awesome
    Thanks Omak. Yes that is amazing. I like it.

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