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    OK.. let me see if I can post these for you. Bear in mind that they are works in progress.

    T-Rex in progress
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    This is the Nosegay quilt I started for Todd's Grandmother.
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    Looking Good :wink: really like the way the nosegay is turning out :mrgreen:

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    Look great!!!

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    looks really good i should of thought of the dinosor one sixteen yrs ago.

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    Your quilt blocks are beautiful!! :D I just
    love the nosegay pattern. The dinosaur
    is going to be darling, too!! :D Thank you
    so much for sharing with all of us.
    :D :D :D :D :D

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    Looking good.

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    Tippy, love that patter and especially the blues. Looks like the points are turning out the GD's standards. LOL

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    Love the nosegay!

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    Great Job kiddo! Keep it up.... LOOKING GOOD :D

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    Beautiful! I have to put that pattern on my TO DO list! Love the colors.

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    Wowzer love the nose gay!!

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    I have had several ask for a link to the Nosegay pattern that I'm using .. I have 2 or 3 different ones in my "notebook".. but this is my favorite.. also a number of other patterns here you might enjoy. Thanks so much for all of your kind words. I'm thinking the dino will look much better once I get the other color accents and his foot and tail done. The blues are mostly from my stash, but the outer two "flowers" one each one are "indigos" that were in a squishy from Mountain Quilter.. they're very special and make a perfect frame for the others. What a wonderful friend!! http://www.mccallsquilting.com/qb/pa...304/index.html here's the link ...enjoy!

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    The nosegay block is just gorgeous!!! Oh, I like that. Looks like you have Y-seams, too.

    I fell in love with the T-Rex. My boys would have just loved something like that. The batik you used for him was a very good idea. Can't wait to see him all finished!

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    I like the nosegay!

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    As always, beautiful work sis. The nosegays are just beautiful and T-Rex will look awesome when you're done with him.

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    That nosegay is beautiful, I love it.
    Are you hand piecing them?

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    Beautiful blocks. Your nosegays are wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducky
    The nosegay block is just gorgeous!!! Oh, I like that. Looks like you have Y-seams, too.

    I fell in love with the T-Rex. My boys would have just loved something like that. The batik you used for him was a very good idea. Can't wait to see him all finished!
    I hunted for quite a while to find just the right batiks.. went through several.
    The rex I sketched from a "statue" that my roommate has.. I have a smaller sketch if you want it. Nothing special.. although I like it a bit better than it's big brother.
    You'd just have to break it down into a pattern.
    The nosegay has TONS of y seams..lol.. but I don't mind them.

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    trex looking good and like the nosegay looks nice too doing good tippy

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    Yes Ninnie, they're all hand pieced

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    Tippy, what an awesome nosegay. Great coordination of prints and colors. I detect a fabulous Irish print, where did you get that?
    Susan

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    Not sure which print you're referring to Susie.. let me know which one and I'll try to let you know. Most of the blues I've had for ages......and I'm talking up to 20 years... the indigos were a gift from MountainQuilter. The green fabric in the cones I've had ...geez, forever.. the only "new" fabrics are the pale green "leaves" and the white on white.

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    Tippy

    So please you posted your pics of Nosegay - now I see what you mean after our discussion in chat last week. Love the blues - have you thought about doing applique blocks inbetween like the link I posted ?
    Wonderful job to date :wink:

    Tisha

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    Looking good. You are doing a great job.

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    I love all the fabrics-you really have a great eye! The one in question appears at the top-outer area, looks like irish knots on a pale green background. Fabulous!

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