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Thread: Raise The Roof Quilttop Finished!!!

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    I do, I do, like it!!!

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    It came out beautiful!!
    When it seems like the world is falling to pieces remember that the pieces are falling into place. We are nearing closer to the End Times.

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    Beautiful quilt! Haven't seen this pattern. You did a great job!

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    It's a beautiful work of art.

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    Wheeew that is gorgyous. I love the pattern and the fabrics you chose are perfect.
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    Ronda, your talent never ceases to amaze me! It's gorgeous!
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    I love it. Thanks for sharing

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    oh yes, I love your quilt and appreciate you showing us. Thanks,

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    Absolutely lovely
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    Never have seen this pattern or variation before. Very, very pretty.

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    Beautiful. Love the stars and log cabins.

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    Beautiful!!
    Good Job.

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    Very nice log cabin! Beautiful job of piecing!!

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    Ronda, this is one of my favorite quilts for sure! You did a great job! I love your jewel toned colors and the many different whites/creams!!! Can you show us close up pictures, or a larger picture?
    So, I just went and ordered the book from Amazon. I usually foundation piece a log cabin... was it hard to do with the star bursts added? Was it a scrappy? How many different cream fabrics did you use?
    Oh dear! You'd think this was "20 Questions"

    Linda, Ronda is not just in the paper pieced swap, but the doll quilt swap too!
    Last edited by BuzzinBumble; 07-13-2012 at 05:10 AM.

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    No wonder you fell it love. It's beautiful! I personally love log cabin blocks in just about anything too. I might have to check that pattern out closer!

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    Beautiful! Love the design and the colors! Kudos!

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    Beautiful pattern and well executed. I can see why you fell for it and put it on your "must do" list.

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    Thank you everyone for your kind comments. It's nice to know that others also love this pattern. Wish I'd have come up with it myself, but don't mind copying others work when it's gorgeous, right?
    Ronda





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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzinBumble View Post
    Ronda, this is one of my favorite quilts for sure! You did a great job! I love your jewel toned colors and the many different whites/creams!!! Can you show us close up pictures, or a larger picture?
    So, I just went and ordered the book from Amazon. I usually foundation piece a log cabin... was it hard to do with the star bursts added? Was it a scrappy? How many different cream fabrics did you use?
    Oh dear! You'd think this was "20 Questions"

    Linda, Ronda is not just in the paper pieced swap, but the doll quilt swap too!
    Lara, this is a scrappy pattern and she give directions for the number of fabrics to use, how to cut and sew parts together with that in mind. If you follow her directions, then no...it's not hard to do because you've sewn flying geese units together and others as well so when it comes time to make the star blocks, it's just assembling them as a normal nine patch would go together. You do have to be accurate on your flying geese units however...just saying...LOL! This was a challenge for me in that it's a lot of sewing and I had to make sure my seam allowances were right on so I didn't lose my star points if you know what I mean? The book calls for 13 assorted lights and 19 assorted darks...I used more than that, but with scrappy, you can do almost anything? I only foundation piece log cabin blocks when they're small, but not for larger size blocks. They were easy, peasy, as was the piano key outside border. Did I answer everything?
    Ronda





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    What a gorgeous quilt, I may have t o get that pattern for my son and DD for their bed.

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    Here's another picture as requested of a closer picture.
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    LOL! Whew! Yes Ronda you did answer everything and I thank you so much for taking the time to do so! Also for the inspiration by posting such a gorgeous quilt!

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    Gorgeous!!! This pattern is on my to do list. Love your color choices!!
    Grama Laura

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    Cool! Your close up picture is much appreciated! I now see what you meant by flying geese. And this gives us an even better view of your beautiful colors. Don't forget to post your quilt in the Scrappy Showcase thread:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...e-t135936.html

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    Very Beautiful. Really looks hard!!!!!
    Love to quilt

    Gloria C

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