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Thread: Get your Groovy on!

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    Great job the both of you !!
    I remember those days sooo well ! :-)

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    It's cute, but I prefer the quilt on the wall behind it!

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    I LOVE THIS!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DogHouseMom
    Ok ... how bizarre is this. I just (like 5 minutes ago!) saw a picture of the same quilt with the same fabric hanging in a quilt shop in Louisville KY (forget me Knot Quilt Shoppe on their Facebook page).

    It's gorgeous!! Caught my eye enough to remember it so well.

    Great jobs all-around.
    That is just too funny! I went to their facebook page to have a look. Sure enough! There it is! Thanks. The gal who pieced this quilt is one fabulous piecer. Everything is square and precise! Love her quilts.

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    Great job!

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    The quilt design was all free motion. I laid a length of plastic on top of the quilt and used some dry erase markers to come up with a design I liked. The top told me it wanted swirls, so I tried different designs until I came up with this one. I like the "swirlygigs" in the *plain* blocks and the center design in the pieced blocks -- that particular one I will use again. The border design was one I'd used before, but with feathers instead of swirls.

    Thanks! I had fun with this one and the customer loved it.

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    This is so cheerful. Great use of the fabrics. :thumbup:

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    Neat!

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    You both did a wonderful job. The quilt and quilting are just great. Kudos to you both!

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    Great job, love it.

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    So playful & cute! Can't be in a bad mood looking at this!

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    Love it!

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    very nice!

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    sweet quilt!

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    excellent choice -- very nice quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by stewyscrewy
    de colors man de colors. holy smokes what did I just smoke them colors are colorful. I love it.quilt desing is to die for also. is it a freemotion or template/panto?
    Definitely psycadelic man!!

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    What a "ditzy-wonderful" quilt. I just love it.

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    Isn't it amazing! Until I read all the comments, I didn't even see the quilt on the wall behind it. And then, I noticed it was her avatar. That is how strongly that quilt grabbed my eyes.

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    That definetly is a 70's quilt! Great job to both of you!

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    Super! A wonderful interpretation of the 70's.... =)

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    Love it ! Far out, man ... :)

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    I like it too... non traditonal... t hat is my style too..
    Love it!!
    Judy

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    faaaaaaaaar out man! lol great job!

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    It is really cool- and far out- I can't remember the last time I heard 'far out'. definitely a trip down memory lane visually and verbally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stewyscrewy
    de colors man de colors. holy smokes what did I just smoke them colors are colorful. I love it.quilt desing is to die for also. is it a freemotion or template/panto?
    Lol

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