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Thread: pinwheel rail fence, rainbow version

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    pinwheel rail fence, rainbow version

    Oh dear. I can't remember the original name of this quilt. It was in tans/neutrals, and I think it had some kind of foodie name like Dulche du Leche or Cookies-n-Cream. Someone will remind me, I'm sure.

    Anyway, here is my interpretation, made with a batik jelly roll:

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    Nice, very vibrant and full of interest. Love it!!

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    Yes, Vibrant is the word. The crisp black and white border really sets it off.

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    Was the name Creme Brule? I can't remember either but it is a great quilt in the brights and the black and white pinwheels really pop.

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    Wow that is awesome.
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    My kind of quilt! Good job!
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    I love the quilt colours ... very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Was the name Creme Brule?
    YES!!! That's it! Thank you!

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    A lively, happy quilt. Nice job.

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    Very cheerful!

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    It is just beautiful!! Love the the contrast of the black and white against the brights! Wonderful job!

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    I believe it is Creme Brulee"
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    I believe it is Creme Brulee - I love your version with the bright colors.
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    yes, creme brulee was all the rage late last year. i'm surprised that i haven't seen more pictures of them. yours is great!
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    I love the way you mixed all the bright colors with the black and white. Your border fabric is perfect.

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    WOW, that border just makes your pinwheels pop! Love your color combo. Thanks for sharing.
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    Beaut te ful!!! Thanks for sharing!

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    Very pretty quilt!

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    Fun border too ! I did a scrappy splitrail with black and white pinwheels too. Will post soon ! What size squares did your four sqare with pinwheel work out to be ? Mine 18 inches and with 2 1/2 inch blue strit to tie all togethet measuring 68 inches. Biggest thing i have quilted on home machine. Love you border idea, you are right a food name..will not soell it right...creme brulea. And soft cream colors.
    Thabks so much for sharing ! Love your idea from a more subdued original version. !
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    Really nice. In keeping with the food name, you could call yours Tootie Fruitie.

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...t167444-2.html
    Here is another post from this board with the same pattern. Yours reminds me of Mike and Ike candy.
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    Looks great this way too!
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    Very cool! I like your choice of border fabric. Not only does it set off the bright colors, but it adds a nice contrast to the straight lines of the blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTeachergeorge View Post
    It is just beautiful!! Love the the contrast of the black and white against the brights! Wonderful job!
    That B & W fabric is just the perfect foil for those brights. This is fabulous... whatever the name of it!!!
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    I really like the look
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