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Thread: Easy to do pattern for quick quilts

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    Easy to do pattern for quick quilts

    These three quilts were done with the same pattern. Changing the color combinations sure can change the outcome of a quilt. The pattern is "Graham Crackers"
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    Love that! Verynice.
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    That is fun, sure does look different doesn't it.
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    They sure do look like different quilts. Good job, I really like them

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    Sure does look different with each colorway

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    Amazing what the color difference does.. I like the blue one the best..
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    These are really neat. Is the pattern available on line?
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    Great quilts!
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    Really good job. Can't believe it's the same pattern on each one.

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    Cool pattern....doesn't seem to matter which pattern is used, every one's looks like a one off original. Great quilts - thanks for sharing with us.

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    Very nice quilts~love them all!
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    It is amazing how different the quilts look just by changing where the colors go. They all look great.

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    That is so cool to be able to see the different color combination and how where you placed the light, med and dark and how it changed how the pattern looked. They look great. I like all of your combinations.
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    Very pretty. I really like patterns that are versatile. Your quilts are fabulous.
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    they are all nice, but i like the red/white one the best. it's a great pattern.
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    it looks like 3 different patterns, very nice

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    The blue one is pleasing to the eye but the other 2 look like they are unfinished to me in some ways.....I really don't like that pattern much but yours are great.........
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    Doesn't the red quilt just sing? piecefully, the old one

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    Thanks! I'm going to add Graham Crackers pattern to my "What to do next" list.

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    Beautiful quilts. Amazing how different each one looks by simply changing the colors.
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    Great looking quilts

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    It's all about the colour isn't it! This is why we need fabric libraries-lots of choices LOL
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    That's a really cool comparison. Thanks for sharing!

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    Great looking quilts. You are so right about how changing the color combinations give each one a totally different appearance.

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    Wow! What a difference. I love them all.
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