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Thread: A Fence Around My Corn & Beans

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    Community Manager PatriceJ's Avatar
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    this is how i combined the 1 March Rail Fence block with the 15 March Corn & Beans Pioneer Pick.

    i don't hate the way it turned out, but i do like it better when i view it from a galloping horse. :lol:
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    I love it .

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    WOW Patrice!! Like I said before...that's bright!
    But I really do like it!! Great job!

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    It looks awesome! Love the colors!

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    I guess you did start early!!! Love it. Where do you find the time?

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    i get up waaaaaaaaay early so i can start each day doing something i love before heading off to the salt mines in my office.

    also, i'm single, my son is grown and independent and my house is usually a total wreck. :lol:

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    What a knockout this quilt is! Great job!

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    Very nice!!!

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    Busy but beautiful. YOu get the award for most accurate piecing. Great job.

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    Well I think it's fantastic Patrice!! So who cares if the house is a wreck if you can turn out quilts like this one :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I like the way you combined the pieces! I would be very happy with it! Just in case you decide you are THAT unhappy with it! :?
    I was wondering how you have time to do all that you do!

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    I think it's beautiful! My kind of colours.

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    I love the way those blocks look together. Great job.

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    view it from a galloping horse ... your funny, Parice. I love it and I am just sitting still admiring it. Wonderful job!

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    I love it! The red and black is so stunning! I'm always amazed at how different color combinations can totally change the way a pattern looks.

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    That is great!! I love it when I see something unexpected in how classic blocks are put together.

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    You go girl!

    I happen to think it looks fantastic! Keep on ridin'..........it's a keeper.

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    Looks great to me, love black and red and white. stunning

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    Wow! How in the world did you remember how each block was to be set! My abstract reasoning skills are nil. You must have been very careful to use a design wall or something. That is very pretty, patrice! I would have gone bonkers making it.

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    Galloping horse??!! Patrice you are too funny! It's a great quilt!

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    I like it. It is an eye catcher (bright), but I like quilts with color and movement. Love red and black together.

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    beauitful patrice ,great job done

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    Spectaucular, Patrice----I just love it and don't know how you got everything to fit together so well!

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    Wow -- that's bright!! Just the thing to use on a bed for summer...I like it!

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    That is awesome...really an eye-catcher!

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