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Thread: I finished the Buttery HST quilt...

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    Thanks all for the compliments :oops: ...I'm surprized myself how well it turned out...I really like the pattern..maybe I'll make another one sometime. Got to finish up this one first though :lol:

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    I love your quilt, the piping looks great and is a beautiful accent to your quilt :D :D :D

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    It's beautiful!!!

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    That is awesome. I love the pipping. I think it sets it off wonderfully.

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    I think you did a great job!

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    It's beautiful Sandpat!!!!

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    I'm really not sure why you would take that beauty apart, Patti!
    I get the feeling you are a bit of a worry wart like me, about, maybe this would have looked better? It's beautiful now. Makes me think of butter and jam on light, fluffy biscuits...yum! :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roben
    That turned out gorgeous, sandpat! The piping does set it off beautifully; if you can't live with it, you could always replace it with a folded border in a similar color. Either way, great job :thumbup:
    My opinion also.

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    The piping is nice - it really matches so well with the quilt, in fact perfect!

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    VERY nice. I like the piping. GREAT JOB!

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    Patti I love this quilt, but can I ask you, won't a brick be uncomfortable to cuddle up to????? lol, only kidding, my brain isn't in gear just lately and after all the building work I just thought brick..hard and rectangle lol!!

    I LOVE the piping, and think it really sets the top off :D :D

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    Love the piping. I think it adds to the quilt!

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    My goodness this quilt is so cheerful finished. I love your setting and color choices.

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    Very nice sandpat.....love the colors .....:-)

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    Patti that is a stunner - and I'd definitely keep the piping! :D

    Can't wait to see it quilted! What are you waiting for, girl?! :wink:

    K x

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    Love it! I'm using this color combo on a baby quilt right now. It's so fresh looking. The piping is so unique.

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    Your quilt turned out great. Very beautiful.

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    I love your quilt, love the colors, the pattern and especially the piping!! Great job :thumbup:

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    fantastic site! Thanks for sharing it! Is she using 'piping' and 'bias strips' as the same word or does she mean 'piping' a skinny strip between seams? I wish I could get a closer look at her show quilts on her site! Thanks again.

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    great use of fabrics. The mix works really well. The piping is the icing on the cake!

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    Patti--I have been anxiously waiting to see this finished and then somehow I missed this thread!! What is up with that????

    I LOVE it!!! The fabrics are just so yummy and warm and I would love to curl up under it when you are finished. The piping looks fantastic!!! Great accent. Fabulous job!!! YEAH!!!

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    Beautiful! Love those colors!

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