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Thread: Rag time Flying Pinwheel

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    Junior Member Narda H.'s Avatar
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    Rag time Flying Pinwheel

    Started out with Flying Pinwheel but when I layed it out it was too boring , so I added frames around each block and ragged it . Usually I give every one away, but I'm keeping this one.
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    Beautiful job, thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    What a neat idea. Your quilt is so pretty. Thanks for sharing.
    God Bless,
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    Love it, what a great idea! I love the colors!!!!!

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    Very pretty. I can understand why you are keeping this one!
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    It's a very beautiful and interesting quilt now. Not boring at all. That was a very good idea.

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    Yes I would keep that one too. Wish it was on my couch to snuggle under.
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    I love the block and your color choices. It looks very vintage. I use to give all mine away too. Then I stopped quilting for a long time. Now I am back and building a collection and making a few for others too.

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    Ohhh I really love it....understand why you want to keep this one

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    Very pretty. Love the vintage look your fabric selections gave this piece.

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    Beautiful...

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    Oh I just want to wrap up in this...it looks so warm and comfy and very inviting... Great job.
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    Looks like a nice one to snuggle up with!

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    I would keep this one too.......

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    Wow what a great Idea....great job....

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    nice cozy looking quilt!!
    will quilt 4EVER

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    I like it very much. Good idea to use the raggy effect on the lattices. Another inspiration to note down for the future, thank you for showing it. I would keep it too!

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    Looks nice and cozy. I like the colors and the ragged edges. I would keep it too!!

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    Love the ragged. Very pretty

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    I love this idea! Great quilt, I don't blame you for keeping it!
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    Beautiful job! I love the soft fabric colors you chose for this!
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    I like your colors, I would keep it too

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    What a lovely quilt!!! I just love how it frames each block and makes each one seem like its own little quilt. I really like how the movement is shown on the back side.

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    It's beautiful!

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    Beautiful.
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