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Thread: Lone Star wedding quilt - instructions site on page 3

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    Sent this Teal/blue and Brown Lonestar to a dear friend's son and new daughter-inlaw, they were married in September...their wedding colors were an easy choice for the fabric collection.
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    Thats gorgeous!!

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    Oh that is so pretty, and your quilting is gorgeous! :)

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    beautiful, on my to do list.

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    I just love those lone stars, but so many pieces. Well done they will love it.

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    Gorgeous!!! I love the colors! :)

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    Beautiful....what a great wedding gift.

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    Wow, that's pretty! Your points look so nice! and the colors are beautiful.
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    That is gorgeous...... :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgshaw
    Thats gorgeous!!

    Ditto! I could not have said that better.

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    That is one beautiful quilt. They must have been so pleased with the quilt.

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    wow!!!!!!fabulous!!!!!! awesome !!!!!!Great Job!!!!!! :D :D :D :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by bebe
    wow!!!!!!fabulous!!!!!! awesome !!!!!!Great Job!!!!!! :D :D :D :thumbup: :thumbup:
    Ditto :wink:

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    Beautiful.

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    So pretty! Those colors are so popular right now, and they look lovely together. You done good!

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    Beautiful!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterflyspain
    I just love those lone stars, but so many pieces. Well done they will love it.

    Elle
    The Eleanor Burns Quilt in a Day book does this with strip sets. If you're accurate with your cutting and sewing the result is fantastic!

    This quilt is spectacular! I am making a quilt for my nephew for his wedding but it won't be this fancy!

    I wonder do young couples really appreciate what they are being given when they get a quilt as a gift. Michael's quilt finished will be over 250.00 (sending it out to be longarmed too...)and that doesn't count my time. Would he prefer the money in a card?

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    Very Beautiful.

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    Mamagus, this is using a pattern using strips as well....I took a class at our local fabric shop. It is actually very simple as long as long as you keep the 1/4" and 45 degree angles accurate. It was a mutual gift from my friend of over 28 years and I. My friend (groom's mom) bought the fabric and I pieced and quilted it. She said they loved it (the brides mother is a seamstress) so I think they do appreciate all the work. When it comes right down to it...I did it for my friend, she is very special to me.

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    What beautiful work.

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    AWESOME job! I love it and the colors are fabulous!!

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    mmmmmmm love it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamagus
    Quote Originally Posted by Butterflyspain
    I just love those lone stars, but so many pieces. Well done they will love it.

    Elle
    The Eleanor Burns Quilt in a Day book does this with strip sets. If you're accurate with your cutting and sewing the result is fantastic!

    This quilt is spectacular! I am making a quilt for my nephew for his wedding but it won't be this fancy!

    I wonder do young couples really appreciate what they are being given when they get a quilt as a gift. Michael's quilt finished will be over 250.00 (sending it out to be longarmed too...)and that doesn't count my time. Would he prefer the money in a card?
    If Michael is young, he's probably go for the money. But as he gets older, he will appreciate the quilt more and think of you every time he sees it :!:

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    Really nice job. Love your colors.

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    I keep looking at this quilt over and over because I really love it!

    Where can I find the directions how to make one?

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