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Thread: Happy Daisy Cancer Quilt

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    Senior Member sandybeach's Avatar
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    My DDIL asked me to make a quilt for her to raffle for her Quest for the Cure group. I didn't want to make it for only one type of cancer, so I decided on the Happy Daisy pattern and used the cancer ribbon colors as the colors for the daisies. I sent it to a local QS for the long arming. They did a wonderful job using varigated colors in the boarders.
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    Beautiful

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    Pretty

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    Beautiful quilt and for a great cause!

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    Beautiful.

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    That is gorgeous and such a great cause. Thank you for sharing it with us, but most of all for supporting the cause!!

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    I just love the Happy Daisy! Yours is so pretty, inspiring me to make one for myself!

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    Beautiful - and I love that you used yellow for the little border and binding as yellow is such a bright cheery color. Very nice. :thumbup:

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    Very pretty quilt ~~ great job!!

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    What a wonderful idea.Absolutely gorgeous.Thank you and your DD

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    What a wonderful theme! Love the daisies.

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    I LOVE IT!!!!

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    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Beautiful, how cheery!

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    beautiful job! i got all my batiks washed and ready to start cutting... :thumbup:

    did you use white or white on white?

    they are so cheerful looking and a great cause too! i hope it raises lots and lots of money!

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    OMG thats beautiful.....wow

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    Beautiful!!! very generous of you, it should bring in much $$$$$$!

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    Beautiful.

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    That's pretty. Very cheerful looking.

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    I love it! Have been wanting to make a quilt to hang with all the other wonderful ones at our gorgeous local cancer center. My late sister was treated so well there with her ovarian cancer and we enjoyed moseying up and down the halls looking at their donated quilts. This pattern is perfect for everyone!

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    Beautiful & very "happy" looking!

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    Great job!!!!

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    Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by watterstide
    beautiful job! i got all my batiks washed and ready to start cutting... :thumbup:

    did you use white or white on white?

    they are so cheerful looking and a great cause too! i hope it raises lots and lots of money!
    I just used plain white. I've had some problems in the past with white on white (sometimes it has a plastic-like quality to it). The LQS quilted with varigated thread in the boarder.

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    Beautiful and clever way of incorporating all of the colors into the quilt :D:D:D

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