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Thread: I Loved Making This Quilt! No Squaring Up Was Needed!! see post #1 for tut and links

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33 View Post
    looks great.do I recognize some of those scraps???
    YES, many of those are your scraps! Thanks to you and Murphy for your beautiful fabrics you just give away!!! See how you can turn scraps to treasure???? Better start saving your scraps, wolph33!!!!!! I had fun with your fabrics!!!

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    It's a great quilt! Very happy looking which should lift the spirits of whoever is fortunate enough to get it.

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    That really is neat the way the corner block works into the next one.

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    I love this quilt. The colors are fabulous. What pattern is this please ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by polly13 View Post
    That really is neat the way the corner block works into the next one.
    I like that part too! I think that's one reason this quilt comes out so perfectly aligned without trying!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanabee Quiltin View Post
    I love this quilt. The colors are fabulous. What pattern is this please ???
    Thank you, Wanabee! We don't know the name of the pattern. All we know is that we can't wait to make it! Because the star points resemble a petal to me, I just call it a flower quilt for now.

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    It is gorgeouss!! I love it & would like to make one.

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    Love the colors. You did a very nice job. I can see that you would be able to have a lot of fun making this pattern.
    Thank you for the pictures.

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    Where can I find this pattern?

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    This is a wonderful quilt! The colors are so clear and vibrant! Thanks for the pattern and directions--I can't wait to try it! Hope mine turns out half as nice as yours!
    ~( ) Jeri

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    Quote Originally Posted by redhotnana View Post
    This is a wonderful quilt! The colors are so clear and vibrant! Thanks for the pattern and directions--I can't wait to try it! Hope mine turns out half as nice as yours!
    It will! The neat thing about this pattern is when you alternate the dark flowers with med. flowers, no matter which diagonal direction you look to the right or left, above or below, they are in sequential order throughout! Well, that is if you place the darkest ones as the group of 4 like I did horizontally with the mediums between the 2 rows, it will work! I hope that makes sense...lol...

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    I'd love to see your tut - it's a great look, and I know I have some 4 patch leftovers that would be great used up this way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsWiggs View Post
    Where can I find this pattern?
    Here's the link: I Loved Making This Quilt! No Squaring Up Was Needed!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsWiggs View Post
    Where can I find this pattern?
    The mini-tut is on page 4 or you can click on the link I provided at the post above this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjnesler View Post
    I'd love to see your tut - it's a great look, and I know I have some 4 patch leftovers that would be great used up this way!
    I used a stack of pre-made 4P's enough to do the whole thing. It's probably why I finished this quilt top in 3 days. Look on this page for the link I posted. Thank you pjnesler!!!!

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    Thanks so much for the tutorial. I just love your quilt. This is going on my to-do list.

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    I took the liberty!

    They say imitation is the highest form of flattery. n2 I didn't imitate this completely, but took it down to my level so to speak. Thanks for a great idea G

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    I do love a good scrappy quilt! How dear of you to make quilts for charity. They will be appreciated. Bless you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeaninmaine View Post
    Thanks so much for the tutorial. I just love your quilt. This is going on my to-do list.
    Your welcome, jean!! Can't wait to see it! It was hard, sniff-sniff, for me to give it away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    They say imitation is the highest form of flattery. n2 I didn't imitate this completely, but took it down to my level so to speak. Thanks for a great idea G

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ml#post4865721
    You did fantastic!! I already saw your post, it's so oooo cute, and I replied! I feel honored if people want to copy my work to a tee! It's okay with me ~~ that's what creativity is all about! Just as I was inspired to make a quilt like the one I saw doing my own thing, I'm happy you were inspired to do your thing with what I did!!! hahahaha! That was a mouthful for sure!! Say that 10x real fast and they'll go......what did she just say?????? hahahahhaha!

    Anyway, I'm so thrilled! That little mini you did is just out of this world! I love those dark, warm colors you chose -- perfect to exude that warmness that minis always exude! It's just the cutest thing ever!! Be sure and watch my threads.....I know you'll get more ideas!! I can't wait to show you guys this pattern I came up with. It's my favorite so far. I have the whole quilt done but need the setting squares and I'll post. Look for my half-strippy scrappy coming! haha. Plus, I've got another lappy almost done....wooohooooooo!!

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    Nice work! My eyes were naturally flowing over it!!! Thanks for sharing!

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    Love the colors! Nice job!
    Bonnie

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    Thank you so much for the tut!!!! I love it and it was very sweet of you to take the time to do this for all of us. Once I get my sewing room back to normal, I REALLY want to move this to the front of my "to do and will never live to finish" list. Thanks again so much....Wendy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Tails View Post
    Thank you so much for the tut!!!! I love it and it was very sweet of you to take the time to do this for all of us. Once I get my sewing room back to normal, I REALLY want to move this to the front of my "to do and will never live to finish" list. Thanks again so much....Wendy
    Your welcome, Happy Tails!!! Am soooo happy it's on the 'to do' list of so many people!! Can't wait to see everyone's creations!!

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