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Thread: My Labyrinth just finished

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    My Labyrinth just finished

    My son asked for this, and now I have two nephews that would like one. I'm kinda fond of it myself. Don't know how to post this with the picture turned correctly, sorry. Made pillow cases to match. Free motion quilted and fancy stitches from my Janome 6600P.

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    That is a beautiful, complex looking quilt. One day I will make one. You did a great job on it.
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    ​Great quilt! That pattern is on my bucket list.

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    Wow! You did a-maze- ing work on this quilt. The pillow cases go well with it.
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    Such a neat pattern...is it hard?

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    Wow, wow, wow, one day...sigh. You did great job no wonder the others want one!!!

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    I can see why everyone wants one....add me to your list!!!! (LOL, I need to get busy and make one for myself)
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    I love the three dimensional effect in the design

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    I love this one

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    Well done. Forgotten about this pattern. Early on in my quilting journey, it was on my bucket list. I think you've inspired me to put it back on that list!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JuneBillie View Post
    ... a-maze- ing ...
    good one, Susan
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    T – is it True? H – is it Helpful? I – is it Inspiring? N – is it Necessary? K – is it Kind?


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    your colors really give depth to the quilt
    Nancy in western NY
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    T – is it True? H – is it Helpful? I – is it Inspiring? N – is it Necessary? K – is it Kind?


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    Nice quilt, I can see why everyone wants one.

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    This is such a show stopper and yet so easy to make. I enjoyed making it.

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    WOW! That is gorgeous!

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    That quilt has such depth. I also FMQ on my Janome 6600 - Love that machine.

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    Wow! This is beautiful. My GS in next on my family list for a second quilt. He's into sports right now and I was trying to figure out something baseball or soccer, mostly to get away from the girly or bright colors. But, this may just fit the bill. Is this a pattern we buy (if so where) or is it somewhere on the internet?

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    Beautiful, I have my fabric to make one , trying get my nerve to start it

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    Awesome quilt - you did a great job and I love the colors!

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    This is amazing, I really like it and want to touch it.

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    I really like the pattern and always admire quilts made from it. Yours, however, really stands out to me because of the colors you used and the quilting designs. It has the appearance of stone work and that is how I envision a labyrinth or maze. No wonder it is so desired by other family members.

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    It's beautiful! Absolutely perfect choice of fabrics for this one. You did an amazing job.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    All I can say is WOW! I bet my grandsons would love that pattern.

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting. I really love it. I think you will be busy if more family members want one too! I have that pattern but have always been afraid to attempt it but I think you have inspired me to maybe try it now. My problem is getting contrasting fabric to work and I am no good at picking fabrics. Think I will have to go to a quilt shop and have them give me some ideas. Thank you for sharing such a gorgeous quilt.

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