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Thread: Rail fence

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    Rail fence

    My friend Diana pieced this quilt. I quilted it with Floral Waves by Anne Bright. It's one of my favorites.
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    Cute Rail Fence and nice quilting design!

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    Beautiful work!
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    I love it. Rail Fence is one of my favorite patterns and this looks great. Never thought to just mix it up like this. This is going on my list. BrendaK
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    That must have chipped away at the ol' scrap mountain! I love it!

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    What a comfy looking quilt!
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    Lovely quilt. Will be fun to look closely at the fabrics while being snuggled underneath.

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    Beautiful quilting; what kind of batting did you use and fabric on back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sash View Post
    Beautiful quilting; what kind of batting did you use and fabric on back?
    Batting was Mountain Mist. Not one of my favorites but what Diana brought. The backing is just white muslin.
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    Love this quilt and it looks like it would be fun to match up all of the coordinating fabrics. Wonderful quilt too.

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    Very nice!

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    One of my favorite patterns..nice

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    The quilt pattern is very soft and just lovely.

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    Very pretty. I call that pattern a basket weave. My fence rails have only three strips and only one strip is dark to make an L on the diagonal going down. Lots of ways to make both.
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    So many wonderful colors and I love your quilt design.

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    It's nice! Such beautiful quilting.

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    Nice rail fence quilt and quilting.
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    Nice work between you and your friend.

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    Lovely quilt and quilting!

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    woo hoo to the quilt and the quilting .
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    Lovely quilt. That quilting pattern is one of my favorites, too. Looks great..
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    The rail fence pattern is quite simple and in this case a nice use of scraps to make it so colorful. But, your quilting design just magnifies the beauty of the finished quilt. Wonderful choice. I am wonderfully amazed at your wonderful quilting which complements the quilt top and I appreciate all of your posts. They do inspire me.

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    Very pretty! You two make a great team!
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