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Thread: Scrappy Green and Tan Lap Quilt

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    Scrappy Green and Tan Lap Quilt

    I made this quilt some time ago and just got it quilted last week. This was made using left overs from three or four quilts I had made. I arranged it like one of the trip around the world type quilts called streaks of lightening.

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    Looks great!
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    There is just something about tan and black quilts that is so elegant. This is really lovely.

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    very pretty nice job barb!
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    Barb: Sorry just saw the heading "Green and Tan". On my monitor it looks black and tan but I love green especially with what looks to me like pink as accent. What ever the colors the color movement across the quilt is great.

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    looking good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma S View Post
    Barb: Sorry just saw the heading "Green and Tan". On my monitor it looks black and tan but I love green especially with what looks to me like pink as accent. What ever the colors the color movement across the quilt is great.
    The colors are dark green and tans, the other color is rust. Maybe my monitor is off, I hope not because I post a lot of pictures and on my screen they seem to be pretty true to the real fabric colors.

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Even better my favorite colors are rust and green.

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    Really pretty colors!
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    Great quilt!
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    awesome job

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    It's very pretty! You have been quilting with some nice colors.

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    Very pretty - I love the color tones!
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    It's lovely!
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    lovely color placement.
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    Very nice. Don't you just love it when you find a wonderful use for your scraps

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    Awesome job!
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    Beautiful!!!!

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    I love how this one came out!!!!

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    This was made out of leftovers? It looks like you shopped for these fabrics on purpose. It's great!
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    Pretty quilt and good way to use leftovers!

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    I really like how you placed your colour values. Beautifully done.
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    One year I was commissioned to make three quilt using tans, green and gold. I ended up with lot of left overs from those quilts plus a few rust fabrics. So yes, I guess you could say I shopped for these fabrics on purpose.

    Quote Originally Posted by Canada Kate View Post
    This was made out of leftovers? It looks like you shopped for these fabrics on purpose. It's great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltstringz View Post
    Very nice. Don't you just love it when you find a wonderful use for your scraps
    Yes, I do love it when I find a use for my scraps. Wish I could find projects for the trash bag plus three or four tub of scraps I have.

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