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Thread: finished the diamond log cabin top

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    I have that pattern somewhere from Dunster. You did a great job!
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    Beautiful! I would square it up with gray..lots of quilting potential! For sure!
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    It depends on what you want to do with it. It would be beautiful as is for a wallhanging but for a bed quilt it would fit easier if it was squared. It turned out beautiful, by the way!

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    Fantastic. I love the loves

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    That is really beautiful

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    Wow, that is just lovely. What do you plan to do with this? Will it be a wall hanging? Draped over a couch or bed? If you plan on hanging it I would not square it up. If you are placing it on a couch or bed then I would use the pale grey for the squaring.

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    Beautiful quilt. Good job. Thank you for sharing.

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    That is just beautiful!

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    Wow....it's beautiful!!!
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    I've got the pattern. Is it a hard one to do?
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    Beautiful.

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    Great job!!

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    Nice job!!

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    Beautiful! Love it!

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    This is beautiful and a must find pattern for me.Grays and black would make it pop. I think this pattern would be pretty used as a table topper.

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    Stunning! I'd go with the light gray around. It will go beautifully with the pink.
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    Gorgeous as is!

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    beautiful...good job

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    I've just been going through some older posts that I'd missed and found your quilt. It is beautiful. I think they are more useable as a bedquilt if you square out the corners, but yours would be beautiful as a "topper" over a coverlet that picked up on of the colors in the quilt. Good job. Thanks for sharing.

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    Absolutely stunning. If it were mine I would square it off.

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    Wow--what a striking quilt!

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    Beautiful!

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    This is neat! Love the color combo!
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    Oh so very pretty!!

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    WOW! That is gorgeous!

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