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Thread: Positive (Plus) Quilt for the 4th

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    I love this idea!! Very cool!

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    I can't believe how much I like this quilt. You did a super job. I don't have a design wall so I guess I will have to be extra careful when I do mine. (Thanks, you just added another to my barrel list). Hope you don't mind if I copy this pattern. Thanks for sharing. BrendaK
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    Great job!

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    This is an awesome quilt. I love it too! Great job.
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    Thanks everyone ! I really needed some "positive" feed back cause I've been a Debbie Downer today. Just now figured out how to make a new message since the board changed !
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    Love your quote, I need that tatooed on me ! (like I could be still long enough) NOT
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrendaK View Post
    I can't believe how much I like this quilt. You did a super job. I don't have a design wall so I guess I will have to be extra careful when I do mine. (Thanks, you just added another to my barrel list). Hope you don't mind if I copy this pattern. Thanks for sharing. BrendaK
    Love your quote. It's easy once you get started. Pattern says 4 1/2 " squares and I almost changed it but I'm glad I didn't. (thought that would take forever that size !) Thanks for your nice comments !
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    It turned out pretty neat. You did a good job!
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    I think you're right about the simplicity. Sometimes the simpler patterns really show off the fabric. don't you think ? After all it's only a 9-patch.
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    Lovely quilt! I love the bright colours and the sheer simplicity that gives it such oomph. Great stuff!
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    That is really beautiful. What is the name of the pattern?

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    What a fun idea for a quilt!
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    Very pretty. Never heard of this pattern before.

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    What a great quilt!

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    Well it is a definite cheer you up. I love it. But don't think I've enough blue and red in the stash. I feel a shopping trip coming on.
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    looks great, very nice
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    Very nice idea for a quilt, would be good for a math student as well or my grandkids
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    I like it too. It is so happy and well constructed. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you for your inspiration! Your quilt is gorgeous. If I ever get caught up I am going to try that pattern next. Great job! ~ Pat

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    Very pretty, just in time for the fourth of July.
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    I need to make one of these. Yours is beautiful. Very cheery.

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    Such a really neat quilt! Love the pattern and colors!

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    Cool quilt.

    I want to make a star wall hanging to put on my front door for the patriotic holidays. A simple appliqued star in red on white fabric with a blue border and some funky red, white and blue for the binding. It will have to wait a while, but I hope to have it done for next July.

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    Great quilt. An inspiration for my husband who has a July 4 birthday and me with no gift. Thanks for the explanation too. Pick yourself up and dust yourself off. You did a great job.

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    Lovely bright quilt.
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    That is my kind of quilt. I love everything about it.
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