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Thread: Pieced but not quilted, #4

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    Pieced but not quilted, #4

    And yet another one.
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    Very pretty.

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    Beautiful quilt!! Love the colors and design. Great job on finishes.

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    nicely done
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    That is very beautiful.
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    What pattern is this? It looks like a Moda one...it's very nice, regardless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada Kate View Post
    What pattern is this? It looks like a Moda one...it's very nice, regardless.
    I found it in two places, one is a pattern from Keepsake Quilting called "Field Greens", and the other is from Quilting Quickly- which is a new magazine from Fons and Porter, called "Piece Out", only I turned the corners around so that they are pinwheels instead of squares.

    And it is a Moda Jelly Roll- Marmalade

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    Love it!!!!!!!

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    That is so pretty. You are really on a roll. Great job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I like the mix of stripes, zigzags and florals. Nicely done!

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    Adorable...

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    very pretty-you are on a roll.great quilt tops
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    That is so pretty! Please do post again when you have it assembled and quilted.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    very nice quilt top

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    Wow! You have really been busy! Looks very springy

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    I think this is my favorite one so far - the ice cream colors is what sets it off. Love it! Thank you for sharing with us - this has been a mini quilt show this evening, just drooling over your quilts!

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    I love this! Marmalade works great with this parttern, I can't wait to see it quilted.

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    Love the twist on a rail fence.. Was it your idea or from a pattern?
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    Adorable - I missed the previous pics regretfully but this is delightful - thank you.

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    Great job!!!!!!!!

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    that is pretty!! I love the colors and the scrappy look.
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    Great job!
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    It's a very happy top... love that fabric line!
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    Cute, I love those little pinwheels hiding in there.

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    I like the narrow red border that brings out the color of the blocks.
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