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Thread: First Ever String Quilt Finally Completed

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    You did a super job! I love it!
    A finished quilt excites me!! Whether is it mine or yours!

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    Love the rainbow effect - it is definitely awesome!

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    Awesome!! Great job!
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    Beautiful quilt! What size are your blocks?

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    The blocks are 4 blocks 6.5" sewed together to make one block.

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    A wonderful creative quilt. Congratulatioins......

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    Beautiful, great job...love the colorway!!

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    I love your choice of colors and how you use them. It is a beautiful quilt.
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    Fabulous!!!

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    I just love those colors - what a stash!!

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    Wow, that really is gorgeous. You dd a super job. Thanks for sharing.
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    It looks great and I love the rainbow colors.

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    I agree, it is awesome
    Quote Originally Posted by tucsonquilter View Post
    It seemed like it took me months to complete but I finally did it. Measures 64" x 53" so it will make a great lap quilt.
    I used a yellow sheet for backing and then appliqued a few flowers. I wanted to use whatever I had in my stash and did not want to buy anything new for this quilt.
    I think it turned our awesome!

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    Really pretty!

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    You did a very nice job!

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    Beautiful quilt, it was worth all the planning for such vibrant colors. Wow!

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    It's beautiful-love the colours.
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    It is awesome! Love how you did the colors.

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    Great string quilt, they are always fun to make. Great way to use up scraps as well.

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    what a great quilt! I really want to try a string quilt as well. love your idea of using what you have. of course, if I did that, I'd have a mostly blue, green and yellow quilt. need to get me some reds. great work!
    Naomi, Wife to Wayne
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    You are right, AWSOME it is.

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    Very, very nice. I love it.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Awesome job on the entire quilt! The colors and design are great, as is the quilting. I love the flowers on the back, too. They give it just enough pop!

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    I think your are right. Very very Awesome!!! I love scraps worked in co-ordinated ways
    Home is where the heart is, and a few scrappy quilts.

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    I love it! what a great way to do a string quilt!
    Kathleen, a lass with a bit of the Irish in her blood and a whole lot of Irish in her heart

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