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Thread: Misty Pines Quilt - Stonehenge Woodlands Fabric

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    Misty Pines Quilt - Stonehenge Woodlands Fabric

    I saw this quilt in the January 2013 McCalls Quilting and it was calling my name! Made with Stonehenge Woodlands Fabrics, I did order their kit as we don't have a LQS that carries Stonehenge and I didn't think I could figure it out online! Quilted with pinecones and pine needles, still need to put the binding on it but wanted to share it! Thanks for looking!
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    Oh my! This takes my breath away! It's beautiful.

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    Beautiful! I love the stonehenge fabrics. The pinecones & needles was the perfect touch. Oh, I think I hear it whispering my name too....
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    Your quilt is stunning - thank you for posting the picture of your project, I love the quilting!!!!!!!!!

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    Very pretty!! I like that a lot
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    Beautiful. Looks like a Frosty Forest. Love the fabrics. The quilting is SUPER. BrendaK
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    Beautiful. I love the fabrics and your quilting sets it off perfectly.
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    Beautiful!!!!

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    beautiful work, can't be wrong with stonehenge

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    Wow, what a lovely quilt! And your quilting is awesome too. Thanks for sharing.

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    Gosh, it came out beautiful! Thank you for sharing! Enjoyed looking!

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    Beautiful quilt all the way around! The stippling really makes the quilt pop.

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    Absolutely stunning.
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    Fantastic quilt and quilting!
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    It turned out AWESOME! I bought the kit also, and a bunch of extra fabric to go with it...can't wait to get started, but I have one more I need to finish before college graduation in May. I'll be using the same fabric line with the Stonehenge "Renaissance" panel as the starting point. I was at my mom's the other day playing with EQ7 and she fell in love with them too...I guess great minds think alike : )

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    How long did it take you to piece it?

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    It's gorgeous..

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    I just saw that in one of my quilting magazines. Yours is beautiful.
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    Absolutely stunning!!!
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    that's a beautiful quilt.

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    Beautiful! The name certainly describes the quilt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by omaluvs2quilt View Post
    How long did it take you to piece it?
    Thanks everyone. Oma - I worked off and on on this in the evenings after work and some weekends for about 3 weeks or so. It actually was pretty easy, and quick, once I correctly identified all the fabrics and kept them separated during the block construction. The most confusing part was ensuring I had all the fabric combinations correct for each block and each type of block. I did end up taping a swatch of each onto a sheet of paper numbered accordingly so I could keep it straight lol. It was great fun with this fabric!

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    beautiful!!!!!!
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    Beautiful Job!. Love it.

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    Beautiful !!!
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