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Thread: a smaller batik top

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    What a great way to use up scraps and still make a beautiful quilt!
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    love batik with black

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    This is the type of quilt I want to make with the batiks FQ that I have. I also have lots of black from the sashing.
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    I have copied your idea for using some of my batiks.....such a great but easy pattern. You've done a great job and the border concept here, is wonderful.......I thought I would be using a ton of batik.....but like most scrap quilts, I have LOTS left over.....may make a second or third or (on and on). HeeHee. They are mulipling at night (the batiks, that is)! I am running out of the black, however....

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    Very pretty!

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    Lovely job.

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    Love batiks and is nice way to use the material1 Great job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wendiq View Post
    I have copied your idea for using some of my batiks.....such a great but easy pattern. You've done a great job and the border concept here, is wonderful.......I thought I would be using a ton of batik.....but like most scrap quilts, I have LOTS left over.....may make a second or third or (on and on). HeeHee. They are mulipling at night (the batiks, that is)! I am running out of the black, however....
    lol.glad you are having fun.the scraps multiply but not the black.
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    Great quilt! Love the batiks with the black and the green really looks good too. Great combo!

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    Oh so pretty
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    Stunningly beautiful quilts - so contemporary looking to me - Love em!
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    Very nice quilt.

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    Very pretty Wolph. Great job

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33 View Post
    made from the remains of the big one.this is a larger baby quilt sized top.

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    The black just sets the batiks off in a gorgeous way! Great quilt!!!

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    So bright and pretty!
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    Ooh, I love it!! Love the contrast of the batiks and black against the green border. Beautiful job.
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    Very pretty, the border really sets it off.
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    I love this! I forgot the name of the pattern. Can you post it again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybear Lady View Post
    I love this! I forgot the name of the pattern. Can you post it again?
    http://www.maryquilts.com/new-forest-bricks/
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