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Thread: My love for solid fabric

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    Senior Member Geta's Avatar
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    I wanted to make this quilt with cubes for years and I finally did it!

    All three are waiting to be quilted.
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    Wow....beautiful and colorful. I have never seen that pattern before. Thanks for sharing.

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    nice quilts thats alot off diferent solid fabrics.

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    awesome job! :thumbup: i never have enough solids in my stash!

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    wonderful! I would love to know where you got the patterns. Especially the 2nd one!

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    Beautiful quilts...great colours. With all the patterned fabric choices, we tend to forget about solids, other than for blenders. Awesome job.

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    10= :thumbup:

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    These are fantastic! I too am a huge lover of solids and blenders, I quilt almost exclusively with both. Terrific job!

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    I love your use of color.
    Very nice quilts.

    Vicky

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    Fantastic is right. Cube looks difficult!!

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    Wow, they all look fantastic!!!! Great job.

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    Beautiful work

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    beautiful piecework, love the colors.

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    Loved the first one as soon as it popped it because I am really really taken with the cubes. But then I saw the rest and then couldn't pick out a favorite. I was just thrilled to see them all. The last one looked like you really had to keep things in order as you did it.

    And solids. I will have to rethink using solids

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    Glad you like them!
    Yes, the cubes were difficult to piece, the other two were piece of cake. I used my own patterns, for cubes you can find books.

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    Beautiful

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    Wow the 3-d effect in the first one is simply mind-boggling! I can't imagine how you could have kept looking at it when trying to assemble the pieces
    Your sense of color is unerring in all three, and I love the 3-d look of the lattice in the 3rd one.
    Thanks for sharing more of your fabulous work!

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    Beautiful work!!!

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    I love your work, just bookmarked your blog too :thumbup:

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    These are so beautiful! The solid colors speak for themselves!
    I've always wanted to do a cube quilt too.

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    Beautiful! I love the cubes.

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    That is AWESOME.....i have wanted to try the cubes. Now i am inspired!!!!

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    Awesome love them all its hard to pick a favorite

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    They are all beautiful. Love the colors!

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    Wow, your quilts are amazing.

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