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Thread: Scrappy Quilt

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    Computers!!! Someday I'll get them figured out. Please be patient. I guess it does come up when you push the download button. I wonder why sometimes I can get the photo to come up & other times I can't? Oh well

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    Beautiful! Your fabric choices are wonderful! I bet your son thinks that it was well worth the wait! :D :D :D

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    Thanks Pam! Your drawing worked perfectly. I'm going to give this pattern a try.

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    the picture doesn't show up on the thread, but it downloads fine. Thanx - I love this quilt and would love to try one. Thanx! Sara

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    I'd love to see how you used it in a border...can you share?

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    I have the finished BOM drawing in EQ4, and I will turn it into a jpg tomorrow for you. The ladies in this year's BOM club still haven't seen it, but none of them are on this board! :lol:

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    Pam...I love your quilt. I think that is a pattern we just did in our quilting class in February...is yours called "Hanky Panky" by Darlene Zimmerman and Rachel Shellbourne? I loved the pattern and have mine just about finished. I'll post it later. Thanks for sharing yours. I think making it in flannel would be wonderful!! thanks for the idea.

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    Hi Feathers...The block I used is called Squares withing Squares & it is a 12" x 12" finished block. It was a free BOM from Victoriana Quilters for the month of October `06. There are many similar ones out there I've found out. Ill be looking forward to seeing your quilt when you post it. Thanks for the comments! :D

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    GREAT JOB......I love the scrappy look...........I tried to find the pattern but....no luck....

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    That is very very awesome--(is that proper grammar?). It is so perfect for a son, and knowing it's flannel--well that's the icing. What a beautiful job. Thanks for sharing!

    It's amazing to know the center is 4 blocks sewn together--they look whole from here!

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    Is your son single? I'd marry him just for that quilt!
    Ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!

    Quilters have the best senses of humor!!

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    Barn Bum, yes he is single. :D I'll offer to do the wedding flowers. :D You have to be alright if your a quilter!!! :D :D :D

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    Oh gosh--My husband won't let me go for a quilt--he'd just make me create it--it was Chele who's asking. But I'm glad you'd have me! :D

    I was looking at this pattern and wonder it it'd have the same effect (affect?) if it was done in rectangles, and 2 sized squares. The center square could be 5.5", the small sqares for the sides 3x3" and the rectangles at the top and bottom 3x5.5". If my calculations are correct, it'd be 10.5" square--is that right? :?:

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    How beautiful quilt!
    I love colors of that quilt. It's made with great love :lol:

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    Beautiful

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    thanks for sharing all of the info
    nice quilt

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