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Thread: my Periwinkle or Arkansas Snowflake quilt is finished

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    my Periwinkle or Arkansas Snowflake quilt is finished

    My cloths line is too small for this quilt and so is my house, thus I can not show the whole quilt. But here it is all washed and ready for delivery. It will be 'welcome Spring' quilt gift, since her bday is in October and I do not want to keep it that long in my house, someone else might want it.

    The backing is one piece and it is simply quilted, feather motif in the outside border.
    when searching the web for either, Periwinkle or Arkansas snowflake, the same quilts come up. Wondering what is the difference between these two patterns, is it the way it is pieced? Periwinkle is PP and AS is not?
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    very pretty quilt
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    LOVE that quilt!!! Excellent job!!
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    Kool quilt. BrendaK
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    great quilting.love the bright stars
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    I can see why someone else might like to have that quilt. It's really pretty. There's nothing simple about your quilting...it's wonderful! Thanks for sharing it with us before sending it on to your friend.

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    very pretty!!!
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    Very pretty.
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    Very pretty!
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    Wonderful quilt, perfect for spring.

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    The quilt pattern is very nice and shows off those lovely colors beautifully. I like the fresh look of this quilt.

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    very nicely done
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    Lovely quilt! That backing is to die for!
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    awesome quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Cute quilt! A lit of traditional public domain patterns are renamed when someone else does their own version.

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    A graceful and spring-like quilt.

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    bright and beautiful! Really like it.

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    It's quite stunning! I love your use of the colors!

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    simple and minimalist. I love it.

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    Very pretty. Will check out this pattern.

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    Gorgeous quilt & quilting!

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    Very pretty! On my bucket list; plan to make it by the Missouri Star Quilt Company tutorial; looks easy
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    Very nice! I like the brightly colored stars and the way you chose to quilt it.
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    Love your quilt! Great job!
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