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Thread: Rainbow lasagne quilt

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    That is so pretty. Great border too.
    Abiding in the Vine

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    Beautiful. I tried one, but I think where I went wrong was I tried to put black between each color. I ended up with more black than color. I will definitely try one again.
    Donnasue

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    It's so pretty!

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    Very nice! Was this made with a jelly roll?

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    Very pretty. I'll have to try that shop.

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    Very nice. Gorgeous colors.

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    It is beautiful. It reminds me of a sunset over water. Love the colors!
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    Those colors really pop--it is beautiful. Thanks for the link, too. I'm going shopping now!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnie View Post
    I have to confess that I did not arrange the colors...they came to me in this order from Favorite Fabrics. I loved the colors as they were and only resize them to the size I wanted. Here is where I got them. http://www.favoritefabric.com/cgi/co...n&key=JS20-001

    I have nothing to do with this shop, but they did give awesome service.

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    You did a great job! The color arrangement is very pleasing to look at.

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    Love the colors...I've yet to work with batiks.

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    beautiful quilt love the way the colors blend. thank you for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen S View Post
    It's really pretty...almost looks like a picture in the way you layered it.
    That's what I ws thinking, too. I think it kind of looks like sand painting (is that what it called when they layer colored sand in a glass jar?). What it really looks like is STUNNING! I love it!
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    Beautiful colors!
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    beautiful quilt. love the colors.

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    Your quilt is lovely - and the black border sets it off nicely

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    That's so pretty, Sunnie! And very nice for me to get a chance to see what has been made from those strips. I hardly ever find out what customers make from the fabric they buy from me, so seeing this has been a real treat. Thank you so much for sharing the picture!

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    How pretty! Love the fabrics you chose!

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    I have to admit that I have never been too keen on the quick strip quilt but I absolutely love yours! I am not a scrappy person but this is awesome to me. It does go to show that colors can make or break it. You made it that's for sure.

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    Beautiful colours - beautiful quilt. Love it.

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    I'm not sure how you got the colors to come together in "rows" like that. Usually they would be mixed up.....?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnie View Post
    I named it rainbow based on the order of the colors.
    I think that is such a great name for this beautiful quilt! Great job!
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    Gorgeous quilt! Love the colors!!

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