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Thread: finished split rail and pinwheel accent

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    finished split rail and pinwheel accent

    Just finished for my Daughter ! Working differant ways to display a quilt for photo. Sept. through July, this took me a while. Always something up and had to put it asside. 62 inches x 62 inches square. Fun "scrappy."
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    Last edited by chairjogger; 07-09-2012 at 06:01 PM.
    Sometimes you just have to sit in a chair and jog in order to get anywhere.
    Ell

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    Beautiful quilt in two wonderful settings. Love it!

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    What a fun quilt! Simple AND Beautiful. This is a great project.

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    I like this. It's on my to do list
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    Wow! That is beautiful. So bright and colorful.

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    I really like that quilt!! Great job.
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    Beautiful, very bright colors. You did great. Thanks for posting.

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    So cut and colorful. Love it.
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    I love it! A great combination of traditional patterns.
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    I do believe that is the prettiest scrappy quilt I have ever seen. Have never really wanted to make one, but think I will try it now that I have seen yours. Love the green chair too.
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    Very colorful, i love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby the Quilter View Post
    I love it! A great combination of traditional patterns.
    It is a great combo of patterns! I'd never seen a Rail Fence done like this before but I love it! It's so bright & cheerful! And I love both of the settings you used to display it!
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    such a happy quilt.
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    That's really cute. Gives me ideas for some of the bright primary colors I've been collecting.

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    Scrappy are the best and yours is over the top! The pinwheels are a winner! Love this quilt!

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    I love the colours

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    Beautiful quilt!
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    I love your quilt. The colours are vibrant and the pin wheels make a great impact. Brilliant, well done.

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    Love that quilt - it is so bright and cheerful

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    Wow, those pinwheels make everything POP!!!

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    That quilt makes me feel so happy! Would love to see the pattern/how to.

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    beautiful quilt. love the colors.. thanks for sharing

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    nice I like it

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    I love it, too. I'm working on one in that pattern, making it into a queen size, for DS and DDIL's bed. I haven't gotten too far and they are coming to visit next week from Calif., so everything's put away now. I'm hoping for a finish for Christmas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcia_PA View Post
    I love it, too. I'm working on one in that pattern, making it into a queen size, for DS and DDIL's bed. I haven't gotten too far and they are coming to visit next week from Calif., so everything's put away now. I'm hoping for a finish for Christmas.
    Good luck Marcia ! If you can really dedicate time on it.. you'll have a quilt they will enjoy ! My Daughter is happy about hers ! It was difficult staying on task with this one.. so many things pulled me away.
    Sometimes you just have to sit in a chair and jog in order to get anywhere.
    Ell

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