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Thread: Harmonic Convergence

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    Our guild had an ugly fat quarter challenge.
    Each participant supplied two fat quarters of the same fabric. Exchanged one it with a partner. Added two more fat quarters of another fabric and again exchanged these with the same partner.
    Challenge to make something from these 4 fat quarters.
    Here is mine from a Ricky Tims pattern.
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    Very nice!

    Which one was the 'ugly' one that you started with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeslieFrost
    Very nice!

    Which one was the 'ugly' one that you started with?
    My ugly is bottom right and partners ugly is bottom left.
    I added the top left and partner added to top right.

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    it's not ugly any more.

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    Nice

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    I like it. I'm seeing more and more Ricky Tims that I like. Might have to investigate more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dungeonquilter
    Quote Originally Posted by LeslieFrost
    Very nice!

    Which one was the 'ugly' one that you started with?
    My ugly is bottom right and partners ugly is bottom left.
    I added the top left and partner added to top right.
    Well, they all came out together beautifully! It would be cool to see the quilt that your partner made from the same fabrics.

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    You did a great job!

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    Very nice. Don't see any ugly fabrics there.

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    Very subtle and appealing.

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    Beautiful.

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    Good use of "ugly" fabric -- but truthfully, I don't see an ugly fabric in it.

    Great job.

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    Geeezzzz I don't see anything ugly. Goes to show "ugly" is in the eye of the beholder. Nice quilt.

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    Once again, I am seeing it is value rather than the color or print that really makes the quilt. Great job!

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    I sure can't find anything ugly about this quilt :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by dungeonquilter
    Our guild had an ugly fat quarter challenge.
    Each participant supplied two fat quarters of the same fabric. Exchanged one it with a partner. Added two more fat quarters of another fabric and again exchanged these with the same partner.
    Challenge to make something from these 4 fat quarters.
    Here is mine from a Ricky Tims pattern.
    Whoa, really cool, great job.

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    You did a great job!! I love the look of the harmonic convergence and you did a great job with it.

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    Please send some of your talent to me....seems like you got plenty to share. This is ART!!

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    No uglies in this quilt...it looks great! :)

    Christine

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    I really like that pattern

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    I like it and you could always jazz it up with an applique of a tree in black or something!!

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    It's beautiful!!

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    Nothing ugly bout this!

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    Verrrryyy Nice! Like it alot!

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    I LOVE this! I have the book but haven't got round to trying it yet. Seeing yours moves it further up my list.

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