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Thread: Liberty quilt top

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    I really like it! excellent idea.

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    Very pretty! Lovely!

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    Beautiful :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    there is an outlet near by that is very good for local cash sales they have a ebay shop that is a lot more expensive i have about 50 different prints

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    oh - i like it. So pleasing to the eye! Good job. Like your avatar also!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tazzyjj
    Very nice work... :thumbup:
    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Pretty. Nice work.

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    Your quilt is a nice showcase for those prints and they show to great advantage.

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    Nicely done :thumbup:

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    Turned out great!!! I love quilts with white.....really shows off the liberty fabrics. Beautiful!!! :-D

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    Very pretty, great job.

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    Great quilt. I love this pattern. It's on my list of quilts to make.

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    That is so simple, yet elegant.

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    I love this quilt. So simple but beautiful.

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    Very pretty quilt!

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    This is very nice! Can you share where you got the pattern please? Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grammashel
    I like the simplicity of your pattern. It lets the pretty fabrics shine.
    I agree - a very nice stash-buster without cutting pieces too small. Great showcase pattern!

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    very pretty quilt!

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    Quilt came out really pretty. You should definitely be proud.

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    Very pretty! I love the white, but that wouldn't work in this house. The grands and great-grands really make themselves at home here. Before I know it, they are all either lying on a quilt or they are wrapped up in one. I've found that khaki works well for sashing.

    Now I'll have to bookmark this one so that I can concentrate more on the directions. I want to make this one, but I'm pretty much a visual learner. Will have to doodle a bit so I can understand the concept. I think I see the two blocks. I'll have to doodle a bit. Reminds me of Mary Ellen Hopkins' concept of "your" measurement. Thanks.

    Edit: Oh, I forgot to ask: What are Liberty prints?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tillybud55
    Hi this is my first post but i read all the messages i was inspired to use some of my stash of liberty prints after a recent post about them
    You had quite a stash of Liberty prints- love your quilt!

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    Very gorges way to use such a beautiful fabric

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    What a gorgeous quilt. Makes me want to cut into my stash of Liberty fabric, perhaps tomorrow?

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    Very nice. I just did one using that pattern and Snoopy/Peanuts fabrics with a black background. It was for a friend who loves Peanuts.

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    Nice, I like how it showcases the prints.

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