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Thread: Homespun stash buster

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    Senior Member IngeMK's Avatar
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    this is a Bonni Hunter pattern, I used up almost all my homespun fatquarters and added a couple of shirts.

    this is the back
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    I don't know which I like better, the front or the back!! You did a great job!!

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    Your quilt looks very cozy and a great way to use stash.

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    thats so nice and your inspector is adorable

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    Very nice!

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    Great Work. It looks antique and cozy! Thanks for showing it.

    Blessings, Ruth

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    I just love your Quilt Inspector, and oh yes your quilt is beautiful too!

    Is he/she a labradoodle? He/she is gorgeous.

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    That is so homey and wonderful. Makes me want to reach in and touch it. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by IngeMK
    this is a Bonni Hunter pattern, I used up almost all my homespun fatquarters and added a couple of shirts.
    I love homespun quilts and yours are especially nice. They just look so inviting and comfortable. I have made quite a few rag quilts from homespun, but haven't made a bed quilt out of it yet. That is another of many project I have in my plans.

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    love it! Love Bonnie's quilts, so many are on my 'TO DO' list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grama Lehr
    I don't know which I like better, the front or the back!! You did a great job!!
    Me too! I love it!

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    I love it. And the back is just as wonderful.
    Barb

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    that is great,I have a ton of homespuns sitting on the shelf

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    Awesome reversible quilt :D:D:D

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    That is so cool! One more week until Bonnie Hunter comes to our guild as the guest speaker/workshop teacher. I think they scheduled her almost two years ago... she's very popular! Had to wait our turn.

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    Perfect pattern for homespuns and you have done a beautiful job, colors are wonderful. Love Bonnie Hunter patterns.

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    I love your quilt, it looks so comfortable.

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    great use of homespuns. I like the look. Very cozy,and as a quilt should be.

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    this is awesome. gotta love it..(using stuff up) way to go.

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    love the quilt and your friend.

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    Very handsome, both quilt and dog :-P

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    Love it! I really like that down home look to it. so "cozy" looking.

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    I love the scrappy look, and yours looks great.

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    I love this design, especially with homespun. Nice job.

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    I love it! It turned out great and your dog looks just like mine, except a little larger version. He's cute!

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