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Thread: A good Geometric pattern for geometric fabric

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    I do like the pattern! Very interesting design!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    It's the perfect pattern for using plaid. I'll have to bookmark this one because I hesitate from using plaid. It is always so hard to keep the pattern lined up but with this one it doesn't matter. Great Quilt!
    YES! Perfect description! That is why I held on to the fabric so long, worrying about the possibility of the fabric not being printed exactly to the straight-of-grain.
    "He who masters the grey everyday is a hero."
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    Pinwheels are my favorite and I love the way they are set-great pattern, love the quilt,

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    great job, the colors are great together

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    Really neat looking quilt

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    You did a good job putting your colors together, I like the quilt and pattern.

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    Very handsome quilt.

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    Excellent job!
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    Very pretty

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    I love the simplicity of the pattern and the fabric combination. It looks so crisp and comfortable. It seems as though you waited just long enough for all the pieces to come together! Thanks for sharing.
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    Great job, I really like it.
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    I never would of thought of that.... so creative. You've expanded my thinking
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    Great quilt, and a great job
    Have a Blessed day
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    You hit the nail on the head with your fabric choices. It looks Great!

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    This turned out really nice and I kept the picture as I've received some geometric fabric too which I was wondering what to do with, so Hooorrrayyy here's another idea!!! Thanks for sharing.
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    What a pretty quilt! You did great!
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    Great job and fabric is lovely.

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    the far away and the close up look like two different quilts! very nice.

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    This came out very nice. You did a great job.

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    Very pretty. I love the pattern. You did a great job.

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    Great quilt, love the fabrics and pattern together.
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    Didn't that turn out nice. Love it.

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    I love this. Is it an 'original' or did you have a pattern? I have an Asian fabric that I think will look quite lovely in this design.

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    Duh? I totally missed the name of the pattern at the beginning of your thread!

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    Thanks for the compliments. I unearthed this top and decided to give it as a baby boy quilt. Almost done- I have been quilting it and I sewed the binding onto the front.
    "He who masters the grey everyday is a hero."
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