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Thread: nine patch that a lady wanted to see a picture of

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    nine patch that a lady wanted to see a picture of

    I'm putting this on for a lady that wanted to seee it again but neither one of us could find the one that I had out on.
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    That is absolutely stunning
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    Not the one who asked, but wanted to say it sure is pretty.

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    very nice- i love the outer border!
    i love the whole quilt- but the border was a much better choice than just plain strips of fabric
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    that is one cool quilt!!!

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    Very beautiful. Wonderful pattern and materials.

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    Wow - love how the light and dark fabric gives it so much dimension. Great job.
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    that sure is a nice quilt!! I agree it is a diferrent border!! wonderful!!

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    WOW! I really want to figure out how you made this quilt! Can you tell us ? I absolutly love 3-d quilts!

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    Very pretty and very big too!
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    love the 3 dimensional look that the setting creates!

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    How lovely, everyone is right that border really is a nice touch and enhances all the lovely piecing.

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    I remember this one, mary. It is just fabulous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fayza View Post
    That is absolutely stunning
    Agreed, and I don't think I have ever seen that pattern before Sew Eye catching!!!
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    Oh, I really like that!
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    wow, It is amazing what a talented quilter can do with a simple 9 patch that is one gorgeous quilt. i really enjoyed seeing the 3 D I am not the one that asked either but thanks for the inspiration

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    I like that a lot. I dod something similar with red.white and black but did not go far enough out to the edge, yours is wonderful.

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    Beautiful quilt - the 9 patch done in classy style.

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    I like the sashing set like Attic Windows. It is a lovely quilt.

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    That is one BEAUTIFUL quilt, you did an outstanding job!!!!!!
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    Very nice, it looks three dimensional.

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    Good job. I like the setting you used

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    Quote Originally Posted by lfstamper View Post
    Wow - love how the light and dark fabric gives it so much dimension. Great job.
    Ditto. Love it. BrendaK
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    It's beautiful. Love the 3D look.
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    Very nice! The two tone sashing adds even more interest.
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