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Thread: HALLOWEEN QUILT MADE WITH THIMBLEBERRIES FABRIC USING ELEANOR BURNS' PINK LEMONADE PATTERN

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    Super Member luvstitches's Avatar
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    Hmmm...I think I just put the whole description in the TITLE.
    I had this lovely Halloween Thimbleberries fabric and couldn't find a Thimbleberries pattern that I liked. So, that's where Eleanore Burns came to the rescue with her Quilts Through The Seasons book. I really like the Pink Lemonade pattern and may make a quilt with pretty flowers as well.
    Happy Halloween!
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    Wonderful quilt!

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    Beautiful

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    Beautiful quilts! thank for sharing, the colors you chose worked beautifully,
    Enjoy.

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    Well the book did say Quilts For All Seasons. You just changed it from a spring quilt to a fall quilt. I think it looks great in your fabric choices.

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    Hey, NN
    Tartan is right!!! I love to see a quilt pattern used in a totally different fabric.......
    Loving this and Nice work
    This would be cute to do in a few yrs with that handsome GS of yours, picture in the middle block of Christmas pictures????
    Just a thought??????

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    you did a great job!

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    Your quilt is beautiful. Thank you for sharing your idea.

    Kat

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    really nice job, Is that flannel? i have flannel like the one border!

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    Wow, it's great!
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    Your interpretation is really great! As others said, it's amazing how a change in fabric creates a whole different look. Job well done!

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    Very pretty. Thimbleberries has such pretty fabric, especially for fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girliegirl
    really nice job, Is that flannel? i have flannel like the one border!
    No, it's not flannel but I bet that would be so nice in a quilt too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luv-e
    Hey, NN
    Tartan is right!!! I love to see a quilt pattern used in a totally different fabric.......
    Loving this and Nice work
    This would be cute to do in a few yrs with that handsome GS of yours, picture in the middle block of Christmas pictures????
    Just a thought??????
    Now that's a great idea luv-e! Yes, a Christmas quilt in this pattern would be easy enough to finish by Christmas.
    Thanks!

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    What a wonderful combo! :thumbup:

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    Beautiful. Love your colors. So talented of you to change the colors like you did and end up with such a gorgeous quilt.

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    Looks great!!

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    very nice

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    Very nice!

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    Pretty!

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    You did a really great job!

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    Nice quilt...I love that fabric

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    I love it. Be sure to show your floral one if you do it.

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    THis was great thinking! I love the design with this fabric. Good job!

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    This is such a different look for the pattern, I actually like it alot more. Wonderful job on it!

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