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Thread: Salad Bowl Quilt

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    Jill, I LOVE your quilt :D

    Did you print the fabric yourself from photographs, or did you buy it, as each fabric is in such perfect perspective to each other, fantastic :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Jill

    Lovely quilt - good enough to eat :lol:

    Tisha

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    I love it!! How did you put it together since the blocks are diff. angles?? Curious minds would like to know.

    Kyia

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    That's a great quilt. I look at those fabrics all the time, now I just may have to buy them. Thanks for the inspiration! Did you have a pattern name?

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    Cute quilt! Great use of all those food fabrics!

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    I did not have a pattern for the Salad Bowl I cut fabric into oblong pieces you sew the black on to the long side and stand one oblong up and lay one on its side, its like an optical illusion.
    There is a pattern I have seen out named "Fractions" that is almost like it except the middle part is 4 pices sewn together before the sashing is sewn on, have just measured mine the salad pieces are 4"x 6.1/2" if I remember right.
    It was a fun quilt to make.
    Jill.

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    That is cute!

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    I love it!! What a fun way to use those fabrics!!!

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    I LOVE those fabrics! I purchase several of them, but only to make totes, not enough to make a whole big quilt!!!

    M

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    Nice.

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    That is really cute

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    What a fun quilt!

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    How fun! What a great idea and such a fitting name.

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    I really like your quilt. The colors are vibrant. Wonderful.

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    Cool pattern!!!! Great job!!

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    Very nice......... love the bright colors

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    Love your quilt. I have been wanting to make one of those jar quilts using food fabrics.

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    Wow that is really neat....thankds for sharring

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherrie
    That quilt is simply yummy! lol.

    where did u find all those great food fabrics?

    I just bought some of these great food fabrics at:

    http://www.4my3boyz.com/

    She has a sale going now, free shipping to US Superbowl Weekend. She only sells fat quarters (but if you buy 4, it will arrive in yard lengths). I've never seen such unusual fabric. Take a look, I got very good service and the fabric was first rate!


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    What a wonderful quilt! I collect food fabrics. Those sure look great with the black. The pattern is great!

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    Really pretty and imaginative! Love the colors, the theme and I agree with BJ, it looks like a basket weave they way you did the blocks. Inspiring!

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    Love the quilt - afraid it would make me hungry when I used it! : ) LOL

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    I love this pattern. Does it have a name?

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    nice food quilt.......

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    I think the fruits & vegs are such pretty fabrics. I have a few, but nothing started with them.

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