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Thread: Quilt top for Montanaquilter's foster home project

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    Thought I might as well start a thread here so we can show any blocks or tops we make to send to the Foster Kid project montanaquilter mentioned on the "Swap" thread here so all can see.

    Here is one I made using Take 5 method sent to me by a board member.
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    That's beautiful!!

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    Looks great!!!

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    Rein, that is so pretty! Love the color combo. What a neat pattern too. Another one to add to the list! Now cough up that pattern!

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    Oooo, I like it! Great job and the colors are really nice.

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    That's beautiful and such nice colors!

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    Very nice!!

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    Very pretty! And I love the colors!

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    very nice, lucky kid :D :D
    Like the pattern and the colors!

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    Great job!!

    Kyia

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    Rein, it is beautiful. Looks like a great pattern to use up some of my flannel for my contribution. Is the largest square block 4" or 6"?
    Great job - thanks for the picture. :)

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    Great quilt.... :lol:

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    Thanks everyone for your lovely remarks! I appreciate your applause.

    Hope we get lots of pics posted here from lots of quilters.

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    Very pretty quilt. I love blue and yellow. Great job.

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    Uh-Oh. I have already sent the rag quilt to Lee. I will see if I can find a picture of it somewhere.


    judee

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    Rein,
    I am so loving that quilt.
    The colors are so calming.
    Thumbs up lady !!

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    Beautiful quilt, I love the fabrics you used :D :D :D

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    rein, that's one awesome quilt!! Awesome job girlfriend!!

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    Great job!
    It is such a happy looking quilt. WIll bring smiles to all who see it and the one who receives it.

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    It's lovely.. Love the blue fabric, looks like a whirl pool.

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    Very Nice Rein,
    After you cut it out, how long did it take to put together?

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    Hey Judee, I am going to take pix also and post to this thread-so don't worry I'll post your when I get it!!
    Rein-that is so beautiful-some child I am sure will just love it-the colors are just perfect!!
    Thanks again everyone for all your kindness and generosity


    Lee :D :D

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    fantastic quilt

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    Oh that is going to be one lucky child.

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    Sally asked about the time it took - I would say that overall, it took about 5 to 6 hours including cutting (thanks Sally for the pattern idea). Of course, the ironing of fabrics took a while.

    omak - that blue was a kind of "whirlpool" looking fabric. It went from a deep navy to a light turquoise and there were circles up to about about 10 inches in diameter. It worked perfectly for a pattern such as this.

    Thanks again for you praises - I am looking forward to seeing items from others here -

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