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Thread: Logan's Irish Chain

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    I'm ready to work on the boarder now and I'm scared LOL. It's getting really big (twin size) and I've never made a quilt this big so it should be fun quilting it :)
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    Great Colors. Good Job

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    Looking good

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    Looking great.. !

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    Lovely colours. Thanks for sharing.

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    thanks everyone! I was nervous I wouldn't have enough fabric for these squares because I started making a quilt with the squares in my avitar but that got too fussy so I gave up on those and did the irish chain. boy am i glad i did, much less fuss! I will make a quilt with that star one day though because I really love it.

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    Love the star also but Irish Chain is beautiful

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    Beautiful quilt
    I like your Avatar. I realized looking at it that except for the corners, the star is all HSTs.

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    That is beautiful!

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    Your colors are stunning... I can't wait to see it when it's done!

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    Very pretty

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    What a happy quilt. Be sure to show us when you finish with borders.

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    It looks good so far. Yes a bigger quilt is intimidting to quilt the first time you do it. But don't put it off, it is much too pretty to become a UFO

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    Looking good, and don't be scared, after it's done you will be so pleased with it.

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    Oh, your quilt is beautiful! Love the colors, and that is a beautiful pattern. I want to make one of those one day in jewel tones or brights. I love my bright colors!

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    Beautiful fabrics :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by gollytwo
    Beautiful quilt
    I like your Avatar. I realized looking at it that except for the corners, the star is all HSTs.
    thank you! yes, I think that's why it was so daunting. I had to make sure all the measurements were spot on when sewing those or the square would be too big and I'd lose my points and have to start over. :roll: When the kids are older and I have more time and attention span I will do a quilt with that square. it was really fun but just too time consuming right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wholeheart Mom
    Your colors are stunning... I can't wait to see it when it's done!
    thank you! my 3 year old picked those out at hancocks and they turned out to be $3 a yard on sale! that was great for batiks. I got enough of the red for the back... I hope, I got 5 yards so it might not make it we shall see.

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    lookin great! I def. get the scared to "get busy" on it. Working on my first king and it's like pulling teeth! Want to finish it but so apprehensive it's ridiculous :) Good luck it's going to look great when you get it finished.

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