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    Very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgmoby
    Very nice! I haven't seen one of these before. It's really interesting and grabs my attention. It also makes me wonder about all the various fabrics, and the original uses. Great job :)
    you can make one of these with jelly rolls-look on quiltville's website--[earlier post] & click on scrappy bargello & you will see!

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    Love it, love it..... just love scrappy quilts. Did I mention I love it!!!!!!

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    thanks for all your compliments---glad you like it!

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    What a beautiful quilt! Quiltville rocks!

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    Very cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by just_the_scraps_m'am
    scrappy bargello done the quiltville way
    this is the most wonderful squared quilt that I have EVER seen, so very different and vibrant than the regular squares fitted in a row --------I am a complete novice but this is my opinion.
    do more and show us when done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayday
    Quote Originally Posted by just_the_scraps_m'am
    scrappy bargello done the quiltville way
    this is the most wonderful squared quilt that I have EVER seen, so very different and vibrant than the regular squares fitted in a row --------I am a complete novice but this is my opinion.
    do more and show us when done.
    hmmm, thanks for the interest, but they ARE just regular squares in a row---!!!! it's FUN!

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    here's my bargello done the quiltville way: love yours too! :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    here's my bargello done the quiltville way: love yours too! :thumbup:
    wow i love it ; you used 5 in a set, what size squares did you cut, they look large!

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    Quote Originally Posted by just_the_scraps_m'am
    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    here's my bargello done the quiltville way: love yours too! :thumbup:
    wow i love it ; you used 5 in a set, what size squares did you cut, they look large!
    Yes, they do look huge from here! haha. I had to go measure. Can't believe it but they finish at 2" so I started with 2.5" squares. Bargello #3 is not done but you won't believe it but I did the first strip set at 141 rows!! haha. Now I only have 6-7 more sets to do. lol. Aren't they fun to do? I always can't wait to see how they look after unpinning one or two. haha.

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    fantastic.... :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    Quote Originally Posted by just_the_scraps_m'am
    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    here's my bargello done the quiltville way: love yours too! :thumbup:
    wow i love it ; you used 5 in a set, what size squares did you cut, they look large!
    Yes, they do look huge from here! haha. I had to go measure. Can't believe it but they finish at 2" so I started with 2.5" squares. Bargello #3 is not done but you won't believe it but I did the first strip set at 141 rows!! haha. Now I only have 6-7 more sets to do. lol. Aren't they fun to do? I always can't wait to see how they look after unpinning one or two. haha.
    they ARE fun, but when i'm close to the end, i am so relieved! if i did one w/ that many strip sets i know i would have to put it away more than once before it was finished! more power to ya!

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    Quote Originally Posted by just_the_scraps_m'am
    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    Quote Originally Posted by just_the_scraps_m'am
    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    here's my bargello done the quiltville way: love yours too! :thumbup:
    wow i love it ; you used 5 in a set, what size squares did you cut, they look large!
    Yes, they do look huge from here! haha. I had to go measure. Can't believe it but they finish at 2" so I started with 2.5" squares. Bargello #3 is not done but you won't believe it but I did the first strip set at 141 rows!! haha. Now I only have 6-7 more sets to do. lol. Aren't they fun to do? I always can't wait to see how they look after unpinning one or two. haha.
    they ARE fun, but when i'm close to the end, i am so relieved! if i did one w/ that many strip sets i know i would have to put it away more than once before it was finished! more power to ya!
    Yea, that's why it's in the furthest position on the back burner!! lol. It'll get done eventually. In no rush. I'll love it when done though!
    :D :D

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    That turned out really beautiful. Was it hard to do?
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    That turned out really beautiful. Was it hard to do?
    Betty

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    What a fun quilt!! :-D

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    that is one beautiful quilt. thank you so much for sharing. Penny

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbeyes
    That turned out really beautiful. Was it hard to do?
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    Bargello quilts are easy to make. It was the very first quilt I ever made. I love them because the results are so spectacular! I bet there are Youtube videos out there that would show you the trick to it.

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    I love the quilt and the pattern,

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    I've made several of theses quilts from quitville.com. I loved them. I've given them as presents and everybody loves them.
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    marquezluz: Yours are stunning! Really love your first best of all but all three are great and yes they make perfect gifts and all the colors work no matter what! Great job on those! :D :D and welcome from VA! You will love it here and we love having you! Thanks for sharing! :D

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    wow, i like the border on the first one, although i can't tell exactly what the animals are.....they're all great! lots of color! & finished, too!!! WOW welcome!

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    quiltville.com is the most amazing site!! I just love her stuff.

    Those are pretty and fun quilts. I love how they make me want to get up and dance. They're just fun and lively.

    I think I will have to do one of these, but not completely scrappy. I'd love to try it with scraps that graduate in color & see how that turns out. Done in blues, would it give the feel of the ocean waves as they crash against each other?

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    Bargello gone wrong? I can't see anything wrong with it - bright and beautiful but suggest a plain border - I have rectangles in boxes I played with about 20 year ago and haven't even got started yet :roll:

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