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Thread: I am going to do one of these for every season!

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    Senior Member daisyboo9's Avatar
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    This one will be my summer, I posted another one which will be fall, I have christmas done, I just need to do a spring one. This pattern is soooo easy.

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    very pretty.

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    Beautiful runner. A brilliant idea to use a pattern you love for each of the seasons.

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    Beautiful! Great idea :)

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    Really pretty! Nice job of quilting. I started making door hangings for all the holidays and seasons and I have learned so much doing those small projects. I have so much to learn.

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    Love it

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    Very pretty. May I ask which pattern it is?

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    That is so pretty. I love the idea of one for every season. Thanks for sharing.

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    Oh pretty, pretty!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tussymussy
    Beautiful runner. A brilliant idea to use a pattern you love for each of the seasons.
    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Nice job. I would love to see all of them together in one pic to see how you used different fabrics to achieve the different looks for each season... I really like it!

    Explosive blessings, abundance and inspiration to you all!
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    Very colorful.

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    Beautiful!!

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    What is the name of the pattern?

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    very pretty...

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    Very pretty....

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    Great pattern and great idea to have one for each season. I too would like to know it's name

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    Quote Originally Posted by coastienest
    Great pattern and great idea to have one for each season. I too would like to know it's name
    Thank you ladies, I will post a pic of the 3 different ones that I have done tomorrow. To answer your question about the pattern I believe it is called all squared up. It takes 3 fat quarters, one each for half square triangles, one for binding, and 1/3 yd for the large focus squares.

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    Lovely...nice idea to make the others too.

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    :thumbup: :D

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    Pretty, like the bright color.

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    Very nice :-P

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    Beautifully Done :D:D:D

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