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    The Christmas tree quilt I just finished the binding last night. Have just finished sewing this Country Honey Buns quilt for my oldest son. The white strips on the side will come off when it is quilted. I use them so that I can quilt to the edge. This is civil war colors. The last picture is a close-up of the colors.
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    Those are both beautiful!!!

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    Both quilts are gorgous :thumbup: I really, really like the Country Honey Buns :P

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    Oh my gosh! Those are just lovely!!!

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    Wonderful quilts!! Trying to say which one is more to my liking and can not decide :lol: They are both great :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Love em both! I so want to do some quilts with Civil war fabrics! My hubby wants something more traditional, so hoping that will appeal to him.

    You did a fantastic job on both of them! And I like the Christmas tree quilt too.....a great lasting design!

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    Beautiful quilts

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    Both are very nice. :thumbup:

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    quiltingruthie, wonderful quilts!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    lovely! The honey buns one looks so complicated. I love the christmas one but then I'm a real sucker for christmas anything!

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    The honey bun was not as hard as it looks. It is a beginner skill level and you just sew strips together than cut into squares. The pattern was from a magazine called Quilter's World--December 2009. I have to have patterns that are easy because I am not a great sewer or quilter but I keep trying. Ruth :)

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    Both are absolutely gorgeous !!!

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    Both are gorgeous but I really love that Christmas tree one! Very pretty!

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    Beautiful quilts, both of them

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    WOW!!! They are both beautiful :D:D:D Good Job!!!

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    Beautiful quilts!!

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    Both quilts are just fabulous! I am in love with the civil war pattern, great colors and visual appeal! What is the name of the pattern?

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    Thay are both very pretty quilts, great job.

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    both are beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKinCO
    Oh my gosh! Those are just lovely!!!
    :thumbup:

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    nice quilts

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    The civil war quilt is called Country Honey Buns I found it in Quilter's World, December 209

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    Gorgeous quilts, especially the one for DS.

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    Both quilts are fabulous. The Civil War fabrics are very nice. Thanks for showing us your new creations.

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    beautiful quilts!

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