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Thread: Homespun stars revisited

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    Senior Member IngeMK's Avatar
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    I made a homespun star quilt for stepson for christmas. Today I finished the same pattern, fabric just a little different :) for his little daughter.
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    It's always fun to see the same thing done in different materials - it makes such a huge difference! I love the first one - the homespun colors :) The other one is nice too - very girly and feminine ;)

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    WOW!! I really like the second oneit looks great!

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    Terrific!! I love the old fashioined look of the first one.

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    Those are wonderful quilts! I especially love the colors used on the first quilt.

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    They are both wonderful.

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    WOW they are both very nice and I like your fabric

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    Your quilts are awesome.

    BUT I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE YOUR DOG IN YOUR AVATAR. WE USED TO HAVE A GOLDEN AND I MISS HIM SO MUCH.

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    Both are beautiful :thumbup:

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    They both look great!!

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    Both are great!

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    Those are great! I'm a little partial to the homespun quilt since I don't have any girls.

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    I love the homespuns, but do not have a source close for these. None of my LQS carry (once in awhile there will be a bolt or two)..........Where did you find your fabrics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Bell
    Your quilts are awesome.

    BUT I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE YOUR DOG IN YOUR AVATAR. WE USED TO HAVE A GOLDEN AND I MISS HIM SO MUCH.
    thanks! That's Dixie in the avatar photo. She's nothing but a big happy lug. Follows me around alll the time. I love her like crazy
    :) :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by charmpacksplus
    Those are great! I'm a little partial to the homespun quilt since I don't have any girls.
    The pink one was WAY out of the box for me too, Landon is 4, I hope she likes it :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorebird
    I love the homespuns, but do not have a source close for these. None of my LQS carry (once in awhile there will be a bolt or two)..........Where did you find your fabrics?
    I ordered oodles of fat quarters at Homesteadhearth.com when they were on sale for 1 $ each. I also try to collect shirts ala Bonnie Hunter when I get a chance.

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    Love both quilts! The homespun one is so manly and the pink one so girly. Great job.

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    I like it. Looks very similar to one on my to do list - maybe I'll move it up :thumbs up:

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    Great job!

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    Wow, that is cool. I love the pink. Great job on both.

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    Wow..I love your work and the first one is my favorite
    I'm drawn to browns and grays allot, and that old fashioned look.

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    Beautiful....I love that pattern. The first one is my favorite.

    Donna

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    WOW!!! I love them both!!! They look like completely different quilts in the two colorways :D:D:D Good Job!!!

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    I especially like the homespun . . . . FUN QUILTS!

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    Really nice. I like it. :thumbup:

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