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Thread: For my son and his beautiful bride

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    Senior Member collady's Avatar
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    Arkansas and Tennessee United on October 9, 2009.

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    Awesome quilts, bright colors...

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    Awesome quilts. Love your little friend

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    wow...I like the colors

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    Love both quilts and your inspector is a doll

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    Very nice!!! Congratulations on their wedding.

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    Love the colors and the pattern.

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    What a beautiful quilt!!

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    Cute little assistant quilter you have there....LOL. Love the quilt, is that one quilt or two? Old age must be getting to me tonight...lol

    Kat

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    Very nice. I love the colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreatStarter
    Cute little assistant quilter you have there....LOL. Love the quilt, is that one quilt or two? Old age must be getting to me tonight...lol

    Kat
    It is two quilts. One is the Tennessee block surrounding the Arkansas Crossroads block. The other is the Arkansas Crossroads block surrounding the Tennessee block.

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    Very nice!

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    Beautiful.

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    Beautiful Quilt.

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    Beautiful quilt and the quilt inspector seems to be doing a great job - LOL !

    Hugs

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    These are beautiful, thanks for sharing.

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    I was wondering if it was 2 separate quilts or a reversible quilt since the same fabric was used in both. I just read on a previous post that it is 2 quilts!
    One for the bride and one for your son??
    They are both wonderful! I can see where it would be hard to pick just one!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammin' Jane
    I was wondering if it was 2 separate quilts or a reversible quilt since the same fabric was used in both. I just read on a previous post that it is 2 quilts!
    One for the bride and one for your son??
    They are both wonderful! I can see where it would be hard to pick just one!!
    I carefully planned the color placement on both quilts. If the center 30 blocks were removed from each then place in the center of the other, the colors would continue in the correct order for the patterns! It was a lot of fun!

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    Great job! I love bright colors

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