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Thread: Moroccan tiles

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    Very nice. Love the pattern.

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    Beautiful work!!!!

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    Moroccan Tile Quilt

    Quote Originally Posted by krabadan View Post
    Th is my first Christmas gift finished. It's from a pattern called Moroccan Tiles and it's in black, brown paisley, rust and tangerine. I'm attaching a photo of the quilting too.
    Beautiful quilt. Where can I get this pattern. It's is exactly what I am looking for and I can't find it anywhere. Help please!!!

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    Wow, that's gorgeous!
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    Wow. What a stunning quilt!

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    I love it, it's beautiful!
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    Very pretty, beautiful color choices!
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    You have a wonderful sense of color and it really does look like tiles. Great fabric choices.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    totally gorgeous
    DEB CAVAN

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