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Thread: Meadow... A Moda All Stars Pattern

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    Meadow... A Moda All Stars Pattern

    I've just finished this one and it's in the washing machine. Found the pattern entitled "Meadow" in Moda All-Stars Scraps Made Simple Book. The Fabric used was a Benartex jelly roll called Homestead Colonial with Kona Snow as the neutral. The backing was from Marshall Dry Goods ans is "Arabella" for Benartex...colors matched so well. The binding is a white with tiny pink stripe, although not sure if you can see it in the pictures. I love this quilt because it reminds me of a story my mother told me about a dress her father bought her when she was little (in the 1930's).....pinks and greens. I'll add it to my collection. I think I'm going to have to ask or a cabinet to display all of my quilts for mothers day!!
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    that is one great quilt!!! love it.
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    That is really really pretty! It reminds me of a lovely flower garden. Thanks for adding all the info about the pattern and fabrics. I'll be it would look good in Christmas fabrics too.
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    ​Lovely quilt!

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    Very pretty quilt, it’s an interesting block as well.
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    I really like that pattern and your colors are gorgeous!
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    very nicely done
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    That is a beautiful quilt. I'm not familiar with that block either. I love that it looks circular. Your colorway is just perfect!

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    Wonderful quilt. Thanks for sharing the information. You can guess we would all want to know because you've inspired us to try it!
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    That is definitely a keeper. I like how the pattern and fabric seem to just be made for each other. The backing is gorgeous. Yep, you'll need something to display those quilts and who can say no to mother. .

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    Gorgeous quilt, great colors and work.
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    I love it! Perfect fabric choices.

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    Very pretty colors and pattern.
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    What a pretty quilt. I love your fabric choices.
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    The pattern and your colors are wonderful ! What a pretty quilt.

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    What a beautiful breath of Spring. Thanks for the pattern info.............I love it.

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    So pretty and love the fabrics and pattern.

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    That came out great! I love the colors you picked.
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    Beautiful work! Use a different jelly roll and the results be just as beautiful and make a totally different quilt.
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    That's so pretty. Love the patterns and the fabrics. Great job.

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    Gorgeous quilt. Beautiful fabrics and great pattern to enhance the fabrics. Thank you so much for all of the info you shared with us on what kind of fabrics and the book.

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    Your quilt is very interesting. The pattern (to me) is unusual. I have not seen anything quite like it. Your colors are very pleasingly used. Great finish.

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    Beautiful quilt...love the colors and the memories associated with them. Wonderful additional to your keepsakes..
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    Pretty quilt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SusieQOH View Post
    The pattern and your colors are wonderful ! What a pretty quilt.
    I agree!!!!!

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