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Thread: Happy Halloween quilt finished

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    Happy Halloween quilt finished

    I had this Halloween print fabric left over from making a tote bag, so I added some other "Halloweenie" colors of purple, orange, black and green to make this variation of Mary's Quick Strippie quilt. For the wedges, I used an Easy Dresden template.
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    I like it, great colors !

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    It's a perfect Halloweenie quilt!

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    What a beautiful quilt perfect for the holiday! Nicely done!

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    nicely done
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    Good use of scraps and perfect for upcoming season

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    Good job!!

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    Cute! Great colors!

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    Looks fantastic. Great idea to use the Dresden template for some of your rows.

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    I am not a Halloween kind of gal but I sure do like the concept of the strips and dresden "wedges" to create an interesting quilt. Good use of your scraps and creativity. Lovely finish.

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    What a happy, happy quilt! Thanks for sharing.

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    Very creative! very happy quilt!

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    Great job. Looks festive.
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    Perfect! It reminds me of rows of witches hats! Love it!
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    It says Happy Halloween to me. Kool. BrendaK
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    Such a fun quilt. Nice job. Halloween already!
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    Creative and very cool!!!
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    That turned out great!

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    Too cute! Great job.
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    What a fun creation and great use of your left overs!

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    Great use of scraps!
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    Very cute, love Halloween stuff!

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    Nice Halloween quilt.

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    I really like your quilt! It's always nice to see creativity using the dresden template. ;-)

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    Cute! I can see the dresden wedge being used for cany corn too.
    I made it to the mtns and love every minute of it!

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