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Thread: Fun And Easy Quilt

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    Fun And Easy Quilt

    This quilt is made from the pattern High Tea by On The Windy Side. It uses 48 charms. I had a fun charm pack so just added a couple more. This will be my first donation quilt for 2018. It is 43 x 56 so a good size. I see more of these in my future. It was fun and so easy.
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    A very nice quilt and I like this pattern.

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    ​Cute quilt!

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    Looks like a good pattern to use for an I Spy type as well, very effective with the black and white.

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    nicely done
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    Love this pattern, I see this in my future for charity quilts!Thanks for posting your lovely quilt.
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    Very cute quilt! Love the "kitten chow" sashings and cornerstones.
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    looks fantastic
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    Very nice!! I will also use this pattern for donation quilts. Thanks for sharing.
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    I have a few charm packs that I wasn't sure what to make with them, I believe that I just found out what to do. Super quilt. BrendaK
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    Very pretty.
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    Lovely quilt!

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    Neat pattern, I really like the way the black and white sashing contrasts with the colored blocks!

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    Very nice!

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    Colorful and fun...it will be a wonderful charity quilt.
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    Nice quilt! Another good pattern for a fast quilt is "Yellow Brick Road". Fun to make and well received!!
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    Very nice!!!
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    nice job!!!

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    Nice work on a great quilt!
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    Great quilt. It looks more complex than it is. I might have to try this for my next charity quilt.

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    Love the quilt - the pattern, the colors, the quilting. I see this as an upcoming donation quilt, too. Thank you for posting it.

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    Nice quilt--really like the colors you used.

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    Love easy quilts to make for donation quilts! Thanks for posting!

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    Sweet quilt.
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    That's a great quilt! I like your black and white sashings and corner stones and wonder how it would look with another solid - must try. Thanks so much for posting.
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