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Thread: Red Sunbonnet Sue's Sunday Best

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    Quote Originally Posted by millivanillisask
    Quote Originally Posted by Becky Crafts
    I've been working on a baby quilt for yet another GGD due mid-May. I finished the first Sue last night & have started the next one in a sort of light jade I guess you might call it. This is another first for me in a long line of them & I'm so proud of how it came out, I just had to share! I've hand-stitched the ribbon down so there won't be a problem & there's also no lump there. :-)
    Beautiful, is this pattern available for purchase?
    It's free on free patterns.com under the heading Sunday-Best Sue. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by reginalovesfabric
    I love Sue where did you get that pattern? I don't have that one
    It's on free patterns.com under the heading Sunday-Best Sue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerbie
    Becky that is so cute, is that your own pattern? I haven't seen one like that before. The skirt on the dress looks like dresden plate pattern, it it? What a cute idea to make just one large one for a quilt. Sure saves a lot of time, instead of making so many in a block for each.
    It's a pattern from free patterns.com that I'd downloaded. It is a pattern by Marian Shenk. The red Sue is only the beginning, but the blocks when completed will be 16" so it won't be so bad for a baby quilt. It does resemble dresden petals on the skirt. I've been working on another in jade green today.

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    ohhhhhhhhhh i loooooove sue!!!!! I've gotta do that one!

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    Very, Very nice!

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    very pretty I love the red with Sunbonnet Sue. She is pretty in blues and blacks too. I did 6 of them in all diffrent colors as each one wanted diffrent colors... :thumbup: :-D

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    Cute, cute cute. love it. Looking forward to seeing the completed quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brightstar_202
    very pretty I love the red with Sunbonnet Sue. She is pretty in blues and blacks too. I did 6 of them in all diffrent colors as each one wanted diffrent colors... :thumbup: :-D
    I made one in a jade green today & have blues, brown, purple & yellow as well. Hopefully, that'll be enough to finish this for a baby quilt. Not sure yet if I'll put the border on from the pattern or try something else. I like to play with the patterns. They're only a suggestion. :-)

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    Sue never looked better.

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    cute!

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    That is really pretty!

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    Love Sunbonnet Sue. You did
    a great job and I love the
    red. What a difference the
    fabrics make in the look of
    her. Love your pattern too!
    Can't wait to see the green
    one. Hugs, Sharon

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    SOOO cute.

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    This is a really "Sweet Sue". Haven't seen one like this, but I really like it a lot. Be sure to post the others so we can see how many outfits Sue has. Nice work!!

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    S W E E T ! ! ! ! !

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    too cute!!! love the pattern!

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    What a darling outfit to sparkle up Sue. Looking forward to seeing the next one.

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    This is so pretty!

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    I think she is the prettiest SBS I have ever seen. What a delight the quilt will be!

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    I love your Sue! I love all the Sunbonnet Sue variations!!! I hope to see the rest of yours.

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    Becky my DD printed out the pattern for this..I am so anxious to start on one..BUT.. I have 7 other quilts that need finished ahead of it *L* it will have to go in my WHIMM file for later use...thanks for sharing...
    Happy Stitchin' Linda B.

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    Awesome, This is the only sunbonnet sue that I have ever liked.

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    That is the cutest Sunbonnet Sue I've ever seen. Is it your own pattern design?

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    gotta love sun bonnet sue ! Very pretty !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becky Crafts
    Quote Originally Posted by Gerbie
    Becky that is so cute, is that your own pattern? I haven't seen one like that before. The skirt on the dress looks like dresden plate pattern, it it? What a cute idea to make just one large one for a quilt. Sure saves a lot of time, instead of making so many in a block for each.
    It's a pattern from free patterns.com that I'd downloaded. It is a pattern by Marian Shenk. The red Sue is only the beginning, but the blocks when completed will be 16" so it won't be so bad for a baby quilt. It does resemble dresden petals on the skirt. I've been working on another in jade green today.
    Thanks Becky, I found the site and downloaded the pattern. So this is just one block 16" and you will have jade, blue, yellow purple as well, that should be very pretty, be sure to post a pic. of the finished quilt. Thanks so much for sharing the infor on the pattern.

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