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Thread: I Need to Name This Feathered Star...

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    Is that flower a Hibiscus? If it is how about Hibiscus Star. It's lovely whatever you call it. Thanks for sharing.
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    Love the quilt, but unfortunately no good at thinking of a name. That is hard to believe you LAQ had this for 15 months.

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    Oh my! How about "A Quilt that Rebecca Couldn't Make If Her Life Depended On It"? LOL! That quilt is STUNNING! Wowee! I like the forest sunset name idea.
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    Beautiful quilt!
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    Beautiful Star Flower. Lovely quilt!

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    my first thought was autumn snowflake
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    Gorgeous quilt. Pattern and fabrics are stunning! Makes me think fire and crystal, embers and sparkles

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    Quote Originally Posted by MdmSew'n'Sew View Post
    My first thought was "Morning Star" since it looks so bright, more like just before sunrise when the stars seem to fade away ...
    That was my thought. For some reason "morning star" came to my mind immediately. Not sure why.
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    Wow that awesome. Not good on names...Starburst?
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    How about Annapolis Star?

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    Beautiful quilt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by valleyquiltermo View Post
    ...just one question, did she get into the dark blue print on the bottom of the pic with her quilting? If she did, did she also do the same quilting on the other dark points? If not I would remove the quilting in that one point...
    Thank you for your kind words. I'm not sure about your question. Are you talking about the black diamonds at the tip of the star? Those aren't quilted at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Well she did quilt it beautifully. Maybe she was intimidated by your beautiful top and didn't want to mess it up?...
    Actually, that's pretty much what she said. She tried several things that she didn't like and took all of her stitching out. She just couldn't make up her mind what would look the best. She finally finished it when I gave her one more week, finished or not. She offered it to me for free, but I paid her for it anyway. The quilting is lovely.

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    This is a really wonderful quilt. I think I might call it Autumn Glow. But the name is really unimp[ortant. Your choice of fabrics is certainly not what I would have selcted forthis, but it works stunningly. Good for you.

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    Looks like "Harvest Poppy" to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK View Post
    what is the name of the fabric line you used? Is there a pretty name there?...
    The fabrics came from various places. The flower in the center was a remnant from Joanne's. There are some garage sale fabrics, and a couple of fabrics from a quilt shop's clearance bin. The outside print is called Santa Fe. I don't know the names of the other fabrics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QM View Post
    This is a really wonderful quilt. I think I might call it Autumn Glow. But the name is really unimportant. Your choice of fabrics is certainly not what I would have selcted for this, but it works stunningly. Good for you.
    Blush... Thanks... The choice of fabrics is a result of being new at this and not knowing what "should" be used. Sometimes I stumble on something that works.

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    Thanks for all of the kind words and name suggestions. I still can't make up my mind on what to name it. I'm leaning toward "Radiant Annapolis."

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    "Even thorns have roses" is what it reminded me of. Beautiful quilt.

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    Your quilt is awesome. I love it.
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    My first thought was from the carol we tgree kings. Star of wonder

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    How about "Crystal Triumph"?

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    I don't know but it is beautiful

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    Beautiful. The colors make it glow, so perhaps Glowing Star or something along those lines.

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    WOW - Just beautiful, great job, thank you for sharing. "A Light in the Darkness"
    Have a Blessed day
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