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Thread: First finish for 2013 from the book "Skip the Borders"

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    First finish for 2013 from the book "Skip the Borders"

    My first finish of 2013. The pattern is Boxed In from Julie Herman's book "Skip the Borders".
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    Very nice!!!
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    Pretty Quilt

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    That is one beautiful quilt!! Now I have to hit amazon for that book. Great job!

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    very nicely done... love that pattern
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    Beautiful!!! The pattern looks complicated till you get up close. Very nice!

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    WOW that is very effective. The fabric just goes so well with the pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by busy fingers View Post
    WOW that is very effective. The fabric just goes so well with the pattern.
    I agree! Looking at the close up of the individual fabrics, I wouldn't have thought to pick a blue, but it is PERFECT!
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    Wow....I love it!!
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    very nice quilt

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    What fun--love those colors and can instantly see I will be adding some similar treatments to some of my projects this year
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    gorgeous!!

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    What fabric line did you use? I just love it.
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    Very nice and your fabric choices made it pop!

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    Looks great. Why add borders if you don't have to. Love your fabrics.
    I don't want to brag but I can still fit into the earrings I wore in high school.

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    Just wanna say....I absolutely live this quilt!!!!

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    What an amazing quilt. Good job!


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    The fabrics are wonderful. They make a simple pattern really shine and look complicated. Nice work.

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    Fabulous! What a great pattern for a scrap quilt. You did a great job and whipped that out pretty fast.

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    Wow fabulous quilt!!!!

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    Very cool! It would be great for using up scraps.
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    Wow...this is really nice..would be perfect to use up a bunch of my scraps.

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    Very very pretty.

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    I really like that pattern and your color choices! I may have to copy you!

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    Nice--I see lots of borders though!! Just small ones!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
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