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Thread: Safari themed D9P and Chocolate Raspberry Squares within squares 2

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    I made 12 blocks for the raspberry chocolate block swap...I loved my block so much I bought more fabric and decided to make a whole quilt with that block..I think it turned out pretty. A friend of mine is having a baby with a jungle/safari theme...so I bought these fat quarters and put this quilt together yesterday...both of them on one day...very easy patterns!
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    HEre is the second picture!
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    Beautiful!! Both of them!

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    Both of them are SO nice!!! Your fabric choices are great! I love the D9P!! :thumbup:

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    Beautiful, do you do anything else but sew? You must top all in making perfect quilt tops. How long have you been quilting?

    Great job, I love to search out your tops.

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    They are both beautiful.

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    Those are both so nice! The safari one is so cute without being to overly safari, love the fabrics.

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    C, I love them both!!!
    So gorgeous! And the safari one turned out GREAT!!

    I love the chocoberry one! Perfect colors :)

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    Two beautiful quilts

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    Gorgeous! I love the square in a square 2. I just bought fabric yesterday to do one for my GD. She loves ladybugs (we call her Haileybug). I just need to find some fabric with daisies on it to be the 3rd color.

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    What pattern did you use in the safari block? It is very impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Babe
    What pattern did you use in the safari block? It is very impressive.
    Disapearing nine patch.
    Very easy and fast!

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    Both are lovely!

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    love them both, the look very nice

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    They are both absolutely awesome! They look totally different with the different fabric. You chose wonderful layouts!

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    I'm envious! Two in a day! Great job!

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    Very pretty. I like it. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursie76
    They are both absolutely awesome! They look totally different with the different fabric. You chose wonderful layouts!
    Opps :oops: That's because they are different patterns :oops:

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursie76
    They are both absolutely awesome! They look totally different with the different fabric. You chose wonderful layouts!
    Opps :oops: That's because they are different patterns :oops:

    I know the D9P, can you tell me how/where to find the other pattern? I googled it but can't seem to find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursie76
    Quote Originally Posted by nursie76
    They are both absolutely awesome! They look totally different with the different fabric. You chose wonderful layouts!
    Opps :oops: That's because they are different patterns :oops:

    I know the D9P, can you tell me how/where to find the other pattern? I googled it but can't seem to find it.
    The other pattern is on quilter's cache...it is called squares within squares 2. I actually used the same pattern with different fabrics a few weeks ago.....
    HEre is the link..looks completely different:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-33715-1.htm
    It was a mix of materials..so you couldn't actually see the pattern it creates with just 3 different fabrics..but still pretty....there is another way to arrange the blocks as well to see a whole different pattern...very versatile!

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    They are both beautiful but I love the chocolate-raspberry color combination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crafterbarbara
    Beautiful, do you do anything else but sew? You must top all in making perfect quilt tops. How long have you been quilting?

    Great job, I love to search out your tops.
    YEs..I do alot of other things..hehe!
    I just happen to love sewing ...so when I have a spare minute or two I get a quilt done!
    I have been quilting for about 9 years......but didn't actually take a beginning quilting class until about 6 years ago...then I really took off...

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    Charismah - Thanks for the info and link to your other quilt. That is one gorgeous quilt! That would look great with some of the oriental fabrics I have been collecting.

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    Both are nice but I LOVE that raspberry one....it looks so luscious!

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    both of them are wonderful

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