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Thread: Finished Block of the Month

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    Finished Block of the Month

    I am happy to have finished piecing this quilt. I don't have time to quilt it now but wanted to share it with other quilters.It was designed by Sue Garman for The Quiltshow.com with Alex Anderson and Ricky Tims. It is called The Halo Medallion Quilt. It was a very well designed pattern. I only changed the width of the final border. It measures 90 inches square. I used fabric from my stash and only had to buy some of the off white background.
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    wow, great quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Spectacular! Stunning!!!

    With it being a BOM, did they leave all the assembly until the end?
    Hope that you got to work from the centre out, and see it grow with each step.

    Is it a quilt pattern that is for sale now, for those that did not participate?
    I'd be interested .... googled, but did not have any luck.
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    Wowsers! That is one beautiful quilt and I love the colors.
    Great job.
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    Your quilt is outstanding. You should be very proud!
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    Stunning, just stunning!
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    that's so beautiful
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    Wow! Magnificent. Looks like a lot of work & patience there.

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    wow......what a beauty...............and a lot of work

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Spectacular! Stunning!!!

    With it being a BOM, did they leave all the assembly until the end?
    Hope that you got to work from the centre out, and see it grow with each step.

    Is it a quilt pattern that is for sale now, for those that did not participate?
    I'd be interested .... googled, but did not have any luck.
    THANKS!
    You have to be a member of the quiltshow.com. They assembled as you went and you saw the full pattern from the beginning, I hate mystery patterns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soozieQ View Post
    You have to be a member of the quiltshow.com. They assembled as you went and you saw the full pattern from the beginning, I hate mystery patterns.
    Thanks for the info .... I'm interested in the pattern, but not in subscribing to the show.
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    oh! that is so stunningly elegant!

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    Absolutely gorgeous.
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    ​incredibly beautiful!!! sue garman was such a talented quilt designer, and you certainly did her design justice with your beautiful piecing & perfect colorway!
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    Absolutely stunning and all the other adjectives used here. I have never seen anything quite like it. Thank you for sharing.

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    Good job!!

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    Wow, that's beautiful!
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    Incredible quilt. It is absolutely elegant with the colors you chose. It is hard to believe that it is a BOM. Yes, Sue Garmen does wonderful designs. That seems to be a great group to check out. Thank you for sharing.

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    Oh, wow, that is beautiful!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
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    Gorgeous quilt!!

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    Superbe!
    it looks like one we could see in a quilt show and that nobody would want to try to do! Lots of work I suppose and beautiful colors Bravo!

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    Congratulations soozie. I have admired that quilt for months on the TQS...it’s nice to hear that the pattern was well written. Your quilt is beautiful.
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    I just saw and was amazed by your quilt that is shown on the Quilt Show website this morning. Great job!

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    What a fantastic quilt! Sue Garman patterns are always wonderful.

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    Oh my! Gorgeous quilt!!!!!!!!

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