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Thread: Northern Reflections

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    Northern Reflections









    Hi Everyone. Wanted to share with you my second scrappy. I posted another quilt called "Up North" maybe two weeks ago. Well this is what I made from the majority of left over fabrics, so this is it's little sister. This is another Thimbleberries pattern called "Northern Reflections". I chose not to add the additional wide boarder to it. The colors in the top are a bit washed out from the camera's flash. Also, the backing is a soft green pattern which really doesn't show up too well either. It was long arm quilted by a local lady, Betty Sue. The panto she used was called "leap frog". I plan to give this to an old, dear friend in a month or so. I've really gotten attached to it's scrappy, cozy little self and am tempted to keep it. Thanks for taking the time to look.

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    I love it. Can see why you are attached to it.

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    nicely done
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    Love it! I want to try!

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    I like it alot. I sympathize with wanting to keep it. Some of the toughest quilts for me to part with have been scrappies.

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    I can see why you are attached to it.........It is marvelous. I love the quilting also.

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    Love,love,love it.........Would be very hard to part with it...

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    You must be a decorator, as the first pic looks very professional.

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    I love it too. It looks really comfortable to have around. You did good.

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    Beautiful.......

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    Very nice and easy to look at!
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    Wonderful......

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    Pretty quilt!

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    Very nice!

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    I can easily understand your dilemma, I would have a hard time parting with it also. Great quilt!

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    Beautiful quilt and I can see why you'd like to keep it!

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    Sew very pretty!!
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    Very nice and I like the pattern.
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    Now that is what I call a snuggle quilt. I can just see you curled up in front of the heater with a good book underneath that gorgeous scrappy.

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    Nicely done.

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    Love your quilt and love your house!

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    It's very pretty. It's great to be able to make a second quilt from your original fabrics. A job well done, my friend!
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    I like that a lot. The colors and pattern. It may be something to keep in mind for future quilt to make.

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    I love the colors in your quilt, and love the quilting, too. Maybe, you have enough time to make another one for your friend, and you CAN keep this one.
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    Very pretty! I love it too.
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