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Thread: Follow up to my latest abstract design experiment

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    Follow up to my latest abstract design experiment

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    Pieced it! Now to decide what fmq sts to use.

    I have it hung in the hallway using skirt hangers for now.

    Thank you all for the vote of confidence to continue with this quilt. Much appreciated.

    Happy quilting.
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    Cool colors. Be sure to post when completed.

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    That came out just beautiful,can't wait to see it quilted. Thanks for sharing.
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    Lovely, it seems to suggest something organic in the quilting to me. Maybe waves, ferns or wood grain?

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    What a beautiful top! Such rich colors. Great job!

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    nicely done
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    It's really gorgeous. I know you just hung in hallway for now but I think it looks really cool hanging there. Lol...
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    I am most impressed with your wonderful placement of colors. It truly sparkles.

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    I think it looks striking up on your wall. And I like the diamond design of it. The colors work well together.

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    Beautiful! It looks like a perfect place to hang it!

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    That is great; colors blend so well together. I love scrappies.

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    A neat and colorful top! You are making great progress!
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    Very pretty and love all of the fabrics you used. Please share with us when you have finished it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teen View Post
    It's really gorgeous. I know you just hung in hallway for now but I think it looks really cool hanging there. Lol...
    I agree! One of the nicest string quilts I've seen. Those few pops of bright neon green and the goldy yellows really make this quilt sparkle.

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    I like the vibrant colors and the way the yellows are arranged. Very nice!

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    Beautiful top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sJens View Post
    Beautiful top.
    Just what I thought.
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    This quilt is gorgeous. When I look at it away from the computer, I see all kinds of design. I love it!

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    Nice project.
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    I really like your quilt. I wish I were talented enough with using colors together to make something such as you have made. You have a real talent with form and color placement.

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    The batiks give it such a boho vibe. Your quilt will dominate the design of any room.

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    Love, live, live your fabric choices!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Lovely, it seems to suggest something organic in the quilting to me. Maybe waves, ferns or wood grain?
    Thank you for the suggestion Thinking ferns

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    Are those batiks? I love it.

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