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    Senior Member collady's Avatar
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    I just finished sewing the binding on my Fire Escape quilt. It is Jenny Byer fabrics I purchased last fall while visiting my sister. (also a quilter!)
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    Really beautiful. I love your choice of fabrics.

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    I like the pattern you used with this fabric.

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    Very pretty.

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    beautiful!!! i want to make it too but only have 13 fat qtrs on hand in the colors i want. I'm trying hard not to buy more fabric. love yours!!!

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    Love the colors and the design.
    That is very nice fabric.

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    It is so beautiful. Wonderful choice of fabrics

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    oh love the colors in that. Jinny Beyer has luscious fabrics!

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    Beautiful

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    Lovely!

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    Beautiful jewel tones - I love Jenny Byer colors - you did a great job.

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    I made this quilt also. How did you quilt it? Love your colors.

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    Very nice!!

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    It was done by my laq friend. She used a variegated thread that matched the fabric and did loops and swirls. She does such a wonderful job.

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    This is the one I made in Batiks. The colors are a lot richer than the picture shows. It is not quilted yet. I will probably use variegated thread and a panto
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    That's beautiful.

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    Beautiful......love the colors!

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    Both quilts are very pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pvquilter
    This is the one I made in Batiks. The colors are a lot richer than the picture shows. It is not quilted yet. I will probably use variegated thread and a panto
    Lovely! I like the batiks. I had such a time doing mine. I kept getting the joining squares rotated! It was wild. I love it now that it is finished.

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    beautiful!!!

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    Very nice! Love the colors!

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    They're both beautiful! The pattern looks fun.

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    I had the same probelm. It was fun. But I love the pattern. I won't give this one away. Right now I am machine quilting a king size black and white for my nephew's wedding. It is huge. 120x120, but I love it. Will post ictures when quilted. Hope he and his new bride will like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pvquilter
    This is the one I made in Batiks. The colors are a lot richer than the picture shows. It is not quilted yet. I will probably use variegated thread and a panto
    Lovely! I like the batiks. I had such a time doing mine. I kept getting the joining squares rotated! It was wild. I love it now that it is finished.

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    Very pretty!

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    very nice :)

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