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Thread: Easiest quilt I have made

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    Your name....it needs your name on the label, so people 100 years from now won't say, "maker unknown", "date unknown"!!!

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    How big are your blocks? And size of quilt? I love it I have lots of plaids.

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    I like it!

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    I love it. Looks great.

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    Very nice! I try to stay away from plaids. LOL

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    Love plaids- could I be your charity?? :)

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    Nice quilt and the label adds a nice touch!

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    Beautiful, and I love the label!

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    ive been hoarding..i mean saving :) some plaids up..this is great idea! Your quilt is beautiful & will definetly bless someone special
    Can I ask where you get your labels? or did you make it??

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    NICE JOB!

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    Beautiful :thumbup:

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    I like it. Good for you on making charity quilts.

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    Bless you!! someone will absolutely love your charity quilts! Especially since they are made with love. I just love your label!!

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    Very nice! I like your label...very appropriate!

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    Nice job. Love the label, is it an original saying? Can I copy it? :roll:

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    You captured the antique look perfectly and I love the simplicity of it. I just want to curl up with it around my shoulders. Someone is going to be blessed to receive it.
    Thank you for your charity work.

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    In this day and age, I hesitate to use my full name on charity quilts. Sometimes use first name and city along with date. We never know where these gifts of love will end up. This quilt is lovely and will make receipient happy.

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    Love the plaids...

    great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marion T
    I love easy quilts, you can make them really special with the fabric choices. I've used plaid and checks once only, and said I would never use again!! I don't think its so easy! Too hard to match up. I think you did a really good job. Whoever gets this quilt will be really pleased.
    They're fun to cut "wonky" on purpose and deliberately not match up. Besides, if you mean to do it that way----it can look like anything and be fine! I add some plaids and checks to scrap quilts since I love the contrast; that way I don't have to think about everything being matching.

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    very nice thanks for the picture I have not learn how to send picture yet

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    How nice!

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    You did a great job and the label says it all!

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    Very nice quilts,you did agreat job,someone will love it.

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    Its beautiful. Charity quilts are the best to practice on. I did that with mine for charity quilts thru my guild. Someone will love them no matter what.

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    What a cozy quilt for someone to enjoy. Love the label.

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