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Thread: King size stack and whack, and flower rag quilts.

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    Senior Member such a sew and sew's Avatar
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    The two quilts I have been working on. The stack and whack is 108x122. Probably won't be doing another one of this size for a long time. Whew!!
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    both are beautiful.

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    Very impressed!!!

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    Both are beautiful but I LOVE LOVE LOVE the raggy flower. Its on my to do list for the not too far away future. =)

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    Both quilts are beautiful! I'd like to know how you made the raggy flowers quilt, it looks very interesting.

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    The stack and whacks are so fun. Both quilts are great

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    The pattern is called French Roses and it's by Heather French it's fun. I think this is the third one I've made. Very easy.

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    Your quilts are beautiful and one of the prettiest stack and wacks I have seen.

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    Both are lovely quilts. Nice how you did your background fabric and sashing!

    Any chance you could show us a piece of the original fabric used for the SAW?? Please? and Thanks!

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    The fabric I used was medium sized flowers spaced apart. I ended up using it all in the quilt. I thought I would have enough for a border but didn't.

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    Oh My Just beautiful ...I have been wanting to learn the stack n whack..yours is very pretty.

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    Love them both :D:D:D

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    Beautiful quilts. I love the stack and whack! I also have the pattern and fabrics to make the French Rose quilt in shades of pink and green. Love it!

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    Both are beautiful! Great job!

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    Both quilts are adorable but the 2nd is amazing. I will defiantly be looking for this pattern thanks for the info and for sharing.

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