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Thread: Flower quilt (king size) 2 more photos

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    Here are the photos that didn't print yesterday. Only one printed & the other 2 were PSD files & so you had to download them to see them. I was told to use JPG or PNG files. You have to be a computer whiz to post photos & I'm not. So my husband is going to help me tonight & hopefully I'll do it right.

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    Quilting with rose pantograph
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    cool

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    That is such a pretty quilt. I like the carry over of the roses to the border. It's lovely.

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    the sashing is also interesting -- dark on one side & light on the other side, sewn together at the intersections at angles?? 45 degree angles??
    Thanks - I'd love to replicate that 3-D effect.

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    I can't believe how pretty that quilt is. I love floral fabric and that is a lot of florals. They look great together. Although there appears to be no design to the pillow cases they seem to have just the right color of green to help set the quilt off even more. I saw the other picture you posted and it is too bad you can't show off the back somehow. It is also beautiful. Love the whole quilt. Love all the flowers.

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    Your flower r pop up, seems they are pictures in frames and u would pic most of them to hang .
    I loved 3D . So perfect :thumbup: great jop thanks 4 sharing

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    That is eye popping gorgeous!!

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    That is lovely!

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    Magnificent!!!

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    Wow is that pretty.

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    Beautiful.

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    Very Nice!

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    what a great garden!!!!!!!!!!!! I love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle Hawk
    I can't believe how pretty that quilt is. I love floral fabric and that is a lot of florals. They look great together. Although there appears to be no design to the pillow cases they seem to have just the right color of green to help set the quilt off even more. I saw the other picture you posted and it is too bad you can't show off the back somehow. It is also beautiful. Love the whole quilt. Love all the flowers.
    I want to make some pillow shams to go with everything. I have some extra of the rose material from the back & may use it somehow. I like the color of the pillowcases & may try find a similar green. I wish I had more of the triangle green material but unfortunately I didn't get enough. I just thought the pillowcases would look better than the head board of the bed. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by postal packin' mama
    the sashing is also interesting -- dark on one side & light on the other side, sewn together at the intersections at angles?? 45 degree angles??
    Thanks - I'd love to replicate that 3-D effect.
    The shadow box sashing was a challenge for me. The mitered 45 degree angles gave me fits. LOL

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    This is so pretty. I bet you had a fabulous time shopping for this, I know I would have loved it!

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    Very pretty. And nice quilting, too. :thumbup:

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    Pretty. Love the sashing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam Pollock
    Quote Originally Posted by postal packin' mama
    the sashing is also interesting -- dark on one side & light on the other side, sewn together at the intersections at angles?? 45 degree angles??
    Thanks - I'd love to replicate that 3-D effect.
    The shadow box sashing was a challenge for me. The mitered 45 degree angles gave me fits. LOL
    So you mitered each intersection of the sashing??

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    Quote Originally Posted by postal packin' mama
    Quote Originally Posted by Pam Pollock
    Quote Originally Posted by postal packin' mama
    the sashing is also interesting -- dark on one side & light on the other side, sewn together at the intersections at angles?? 45 degree angles??
    Thanks - I'd love to replicate that 3-D effect.
    The shadow box sashing was a challenge for me. The mitered 45 degree angles gave me fits. LOL
    So you mitered each intersection of the sashing??
    Yes I did miter each intersection with 45 degree angles. Crazy huh?? I was about crazy by the time I was done. LOL

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    Thanks everyone for all the nice comments. I appreciate them so much!! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    This is so pretty. I bet you had a fabulous time shopping for this, I know I would have loved it!
    Honestly, the shopping WAS half the fun!!! LOL

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    ooooooo a flower bed. VERY PRETTY

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    Pam your quilt is beautiful! What size are the floral blocks, and how many did you use, if I may ask.

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    Such a stunning quilt!!! I love the floral fabrics and the way you shaded the blocks :D:D:D

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