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Thread: Shadowbox for DD

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    Bet she will go crazy over it!

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    Who wouldn't love this???????
    Great Job!! She is going to flip over this.....

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    The pattern is called Shadowbox (Pattern #312) from Mountainpeek Creations. www.mountainpeekcreations.com
    Thanks for all the kind words. She's going to be off to North Carolina tomorrow for spring break, so I can get it out again after she leaves. teee heeee.

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    Very pretty!!!

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    I really love your quilt. Any one would love to have one similar

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    I love it! Be sure to show it after it is quilted.

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    Love it!!

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    Love the colors, beautful quilt.

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    Very unique and very pretty quilt. I have not seen this pattern, but I really like it, and I love the colors. I am sure your daughter will be very proud.

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    I also have not seen that pattern before but it is very cool..she will love it I am sure!

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    Oh! I love your quilt. Your choice of colors makes it look 3 dimensional. Wow!

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    wow talk about 3-D I like it

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    Very nice-hard to believe you can do it in such a short time-even when it says "easy and quick" it always takes me at least 3 times longer than I expected!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoisN
    Quote Originally Posted by pjaco
    really like your quilt, haven't seen this pattern. Love it
    It is very easy and quick.
    This pattern just went to my must do list.....awesome pattern and fabrics

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    Beautiful.

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    Wow I love it and it does not look too difficult. I think I can do this.

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    Lois, I love your quilt. I bought the pattern a couple of years ago and want to make one. I like the blue sashing. Thanks for sharing. Eiltcoq.

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    Oh I love this, it is very unique :thumbup:

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    Neat patter & nice quilt.

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    Neat pattern & nice quilt.

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    LOVE THE 3D effect lucky daughter!

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    What a great illusion. She will love this quilt.

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    Very different I bet she will love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoisN
    The pattern is called Shadowbox (Pattern #312) from Mountainpeek Creations. www.mountainpeekcreations.com
    Thanks for all the kind words. She's going to be off to North Carolina tomorrow for spring break, so I can get it out again after she leaves. teee heeee.
    Thanks for sharing the pattern! It is truly lovely....Please post pictures after this is quilted. Can't wait to see what you do with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorebird
    Quote Originally Posted by LoisN
    The pattern is called Shadowbox (Pattern #312) from Mountainpeek Creations. www.mountainpeekcreations.com
    Thanks for all the kind words. She's going to be off to North Carolina tomorrow for spring break, so I can get it out again after she leaves. teee heeee.
    Thanks for sharing the pattern! It is truly lovely....Please post pictures after this is quilted. Can't wait to see what you do with that.
    I can't wait to see what I do with the quilting either. haha. I never know until I get started. I was thinking stippling in the "shadow" and just meandering elsewhere. Anyone with a better suggestion? Don't get to fancy with the suggestions. I'm a beginner-quilter. what thread would you use? Most of the blocks are dark, but I don't want to use dark thread on the light colored blocks?

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