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Thread: My 1930's Pinwheel quilt

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    My 1930's Pinwheel quilt

    I first saw this quilt on the board made by Lockeb, thank you for the inspiration. I loved the way it looked so I dug into my 1930's scraps and created this quilt.
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    Cool

    This is a very pretty quilt! Thanks for posting. I recently picked up lots of 1930s FQs and was not sure how I would use them. Now the ideas are beginning to pop up.

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    great job! I love 30's ... they are so cute and cheerful
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    I love 30's quilts, they are always pretty. Peggy
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    Love that beautiful quilt. You did such a wonderful job. It reminds me of the quilts my DGM and DM used to make.

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    Nice!!

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    This turned out lovely.
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    Fantastic job. I love these colors.

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    I would love the pinwheel pattern.
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    Simple and very nice

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    That is beautiful!!! Wonderful job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    This is very cheerful and pretty! Great pattern for those 1930's repro fabrics!
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    30's quilts are always so happy and you did a beautiful job on yours. Makes me smile.

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    Love the colors, and very nice quilt.

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    Great job! It's beautiful!!
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    Beautiful 30's quilt. I love the repo fabrics. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    Love your quilt. Wonderful job. Thanks for sharing it.

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    Your quilt is bright and fresh looking. There is nothing as pretty as 1930's repos and white!

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    Your quilt is so fresh and delightful! Nice job!


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    So pretty I love 1930's prints too. I have a quilt started that use 30's prints don't know when it will be done but started
    ​Christine

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    I love this ) there is a swap on the board with this block and I can't wait to get my blocks back so that I can put it together. I hope mine turns out as pretty as yours )
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    WOW, love it!!!!!

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    Oh that turned out to be just stunning. Lovely quilt!
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    i also love 30s fabrics!! Their colors are soothing to me!
    my name is becca and i'm a quilt-a-holic :-)

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    This would be pretty with the feed sacks I have.
    We would worry less about what others think of us if we realized how seldom they do.

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