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Thread: My take on Elizabeth Heartmans sparkle punch quilt with flannel backing!

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    My take on Elizabeth Heartmans sparkle punch quilt with flannel backing!

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    ​Very neat pattern and quilt! Was it hard to keep the pattern straight?

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    Very beautiful. Love the colors you used.

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    very nice!!!!!
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    I love your beautiful quilt. Was it hard to make?

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    One beautiful quilt! You did a great job!

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    Your quilt is so beautiful, love the colours!! Well done!!

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    What a lovely quilt! And welcome to the Board from Southern California!

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    Looks like a great scrappy. Nice job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    ​ Was it hard to keep the pattern straight?
    That's what I was thinking .....have to be very organized.

    Great pattern, and I love your rendition.

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    OH I really like this...you did GREAAAT!

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    just love the colours

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    Very nice quilt and the backing looks great.
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    Very nice quilt

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    I love the quilt itself, and I really, really love that backing!

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    Great quilt! I love the flannel too. Someone is lucky to have it on their bed!
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    Great job!

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    I did find with quilt that seam allowance always very important as well at the initial cutting of the squares. And the stars are "wonky" places meaning I did not set them on straight and just sew the star points, so that made me have to really slow down with this one and take a little extra time. Thank you for looking!

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    No it was not too bad, but seam allowance and consistency was very important or else I bet it would be hard to keep straight. Thanks for looking!

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    Wow!!, this is breath taking!
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    Thank you!!

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    nicely done. i love the way the stars 'overlap' in this pattern
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    I Love it!

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    Love it!! You did a great job!
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    Wow - what a gorgeous job you did -- I love everything about it!

    We're practically neighbors -- I'm in South Salem.

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