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Thread: House warming gift

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    Thanks for all the nice comments. I designed the quilt myself using EQ7. It was not hard, I just had to stay organized.
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    Sooooo love it

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    I love your design! The color changes are stunning.

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    I love it!
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    your blocks look like they are floating. I really like it.

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    Lovely quilt. I have this on my to do list. I like the way you have placed the colours to curve up the quilt, and the different shapes add interest. I have seen only the rectangular design for the bricks before, this is nicer. great gift.

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    Is this a shawdow box quilt?

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    Great quilt and great job on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrapquilt View Post
    Thanks for all the nice comments. I designed the quilt myself using EQ7. It was not hard, I just had to stay organized.
    Pat ~ That's amazing! Are you going to share or sell the pattern? I would love to make something similar!

    Nice work!

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    Is this a shawdow box quilt?

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    Wow , that is great. It actually looks like the colors are floating.

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    Great quilt! I really like the Shadowbox pattern.

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    That is amazing. Any chance of sharing a tutorial on how you did the designing? It would fit right in with Rhonda's classes on EQ7. Or, if you are thinking of sharing the pattern or selling a copy.....I too would be interested. Thanks.

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    Love it
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    Beautiful and bright, I'm sure your Daughter will love it.
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    Great quilt. It looks like the colored blocks are floating!

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    LOVE this one, the colors are great and the different shapes add a lot of interest!

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    Beautiful!!! Love the colors and the whole shadow effect!!
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    Wonderful gift

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    I love that!!

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    Lovely quilt and what a lucky daughter she is to have a mum who makes her such a beautiful gift

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    Wow super job
    Happy quilting!

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    I love your quilt and would also be interested if you decide to sell your pattern.

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    I have that pattern! Now I have to find it and make it. I think it looks great.
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    Very pretty quilt

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