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Thread: An EQ6 design and the fabrics that made the cut.

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    i love this block and think it's perfect. it gives you all those separate bits for gradually moving from one color to another.

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    I really like this idea and your fabric choices!
    I really need to get EQ6!
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    It's gorgeous, and I'm drooling over all of your fabrics!!

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    i can hope to be this talented you are truly advanced in many levels above me i love it crazy thing happen in a kayak

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    Hey, Sis, it's beautiful! Batils are my favorite fabric so you done good!

    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by LovingIzabella
    I really like this idea and your fabric choices!
    I really need to get EQ6!
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    oooh! get me one, too ;) .

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    Beautiful - where did you purchase the fabrics? I love the colors!
    Sarah

    Quote Originally Posted by barnbum
    Wall hanging, about 25 by 40, but that could change. I'd use the kaleidoscope pattern (rulers) but shrink the block to 5". I've had this idea in my head since I reached the end of Kayak on the Lake... so I'm at least glad to get it out of my head so I can see it better. :roll: Although this is just the general plan--it won't look exactly like this.

    I've been collecting batiks for it little by little and was surprised to find all I need, or maybe I wasn't so surprised. :wink:

    I think I'll make two at a time and give one to my sister.

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    This will be beautiful. It could be done using the logcabin block too. Went to your website, your mini's are just adorable!

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    Can't wait to see the finished product!

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    wow, great colors.

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    Sarah--I bought the fabrics all over the place--just bits here and there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barnbum
    I think I'll make two at a time and give one to my sister.

    And is your sister's name Cande? 'Cause she called you "sis" earlier in this thread, I noticed. Or is Cande just trying to be your new sibling! LOL

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    My sister's name is Kristina. :wink:

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    Love the design and the batiks!!!!!!!!!!!!PANT, PANT, PANT. :)

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    so bright and colorful i just love it!

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    I love batiks and I love the colors in this quilt!

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    Ooooohhhh! Gonna be gorgeous!!!!

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    Oh gosh... you guts/gals are making me want to go start cutting right now!! BUT, the choir director of the local church called and asked if I'd play flute for one of their songs...so I need to goooooo.

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    Well...hurry back! You always work so quickyly that if you start cutting now, we'll see a finished quilt in a few days :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    Your fabric choices are just beautiful. Can't wait to see progress reports.

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    Beautiful! I wish I had ideas like that in MY head!

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    That is so creative Karla, I love it!

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    Great pattern and I LOVE those batiks.

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    Karla, go with your design as is; it' gorgeous. You could use log cabins, but I think this would be better. Can't wait to see what you do. Fantastic fabrics.

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    I woke up in the middle of the night thinking about your design :roll: (yeah, thanks alot), but have you looked at the quilting motifs in the EQ6 program? There should be a bunch of them....just another thought.. ;)

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