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Thread: I Did It Just By Looking At Picture-

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    Great Job LOVe the bright colors

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    love the bright colors....I also use a lot of graph tablets for my ideas. I think I have about 2 full of ideas
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    Love the colors!!!!!
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    Yes, please show us the finished quilt. "Borrowing" patterns seen is a long tradition amoung quilters. Don't try selling the product EVER because that could get you caught in copyright violations.

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    Love it!! Great job!!!
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    The bold and the beautiful.
    God Bless you all.
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    Woo Hoo! Great Job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyinZ4 View Post
    I saw a picture of a quilt kit in one of the quilting magazines. I really liked it and then I thought...I can make that...and so I did. Drew it out on graph paper and figured out how many squares and HST's I would need. Since I needed to make a baby (actually 1 year old) quilt anyway, I thought this would be bright and cheerful and still be able to be used as she grew up. Just have the top done today and will send to LAQ as soon as I get the backing cut out.
    Very nice and very talented you did a great and sunny job.keep on working.
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    I do the copy from picture quite often. I aced geomatry(sp) in h.s. and Ifeel this keeps my 75 yr. old brain exercised now. Someday my sweet daughters will find boxes full of orphan blocks with a picture inclosed to show what I copied. I get better inspiration from QB sites than any of my quilt magazines any more. Luv all you talented ladies!!!!!

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    Fantastic quilt. Clever you.
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    I love it! Colors are beautiful! Love bright quilts...I want to make one.

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    Great Job!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    love it,bright,cheerful and she will never outgrow it
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