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    Please,

    If you are not going to quote the post you are replying to, at least use the poster's name or a very brief description of the quilt. Too many of these posts mean nothing, since no one but YOU knows which quilt you are talking about.

    Thank you very much!
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    To all who responded about my quilt, Sylvia & Louise, thank you so much for the kind words. Some time has passed and I'm at the point where I think of my mom and only smile. I miss her daily, but time has given me perspective.

    Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyndaOH View Post
    To all who responded about my quilt, Sylvia & Louise, thank you so much for the kind words. Some time has passed and I'm at the point where I think of my mom and only smile. I miss her daily, but time has given me perspective.

    Thanks again!
    It's wonderful when you get to the point that you can simile when remembering.
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    UBE- You have done a nice job on your quilt. I jotted down the quilt name to do a search. You say it is not difficult?
    It has a really pleasing look to it. Congratulations and thanks for posting.

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    Very nice Neanie. The colors make it look so crisp and bright and cheerful. Good job and thanks for posting.

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    nhansen-I love a red-white & blue quilt. Yours is so snappy. The dot fabric seems to give it movement along with the white of the log cabin squares.

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    Really nice quilt.

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    Love the way you matched fabric in blocks. Is this the same block as 'card tricks'?

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    Stunning is right! These quilts are wonderful. Here is one of my favorites - a medallion quilt made for my recently-widowed aunt from Kaffe Fassett fabrics.
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    This is my most stunning quilt so far... at least in my opinion. I made it for my bed. It took me about 2 months to piece it.
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    Oh Justme,
    This is beautiful! I love the varied shades of teal in your stars!
    "He who masters the grey everyday is a hero."
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieLou View Post
    I love the way you did the borders on this. Was there a pattern?
    I used a pattern called "Shining Star" by Debbie Maddy, from a Simply Quilts episode QLT-1112. That was the center, put it on point & alternated light & dark borders. Used left overs to make the pieced border.

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    I have enjoyed this thread & enjoyed looking at the pictures of all the beautiful quilts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieLou View Post
    Fireworkslover that definitely qualifies as stunning. Did you have a pattern or just made up one? I'm a fireworks lover too.

    All these quilts are stunning.
    Pat Wolfe's pattern is on the cover and instructions inside of the "American Quilter" Nov'09 issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justme View Post
    This is my most stunning quilt so far... at least in my opinion. I made it for my bed. It took me about 2 months to piece it.
    All these gorgeous quilts! Justme, yours is the one that is calling to me. We are getting ready to update our bedroom in teal/aqua and this is the perfect quilt for our bedspread. Is there a pattern available that you could share the name of and where you found it? Beautiful work and color choices.

    Lynne in Overland Park, KS

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    My son or daughter would just love this quilt!!! It really catches the eye and the animals just make it perfect!
    So many beautiful quilts on here ladies!! Lots of hours of work and well worth it!!

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    Current favorite stunner

    This Eureka quilt done for my husband in red white and blue 19th century repros and inspired fabrics.
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    Bailey , this is awesome, its to me kin of like the new art in fashion, lots of people think it weird but to some it is thebest yet and it is very interesting and i for one woudl really lie it, but my husband not so much, the added pop as i woudl call it to him , is a a bit much to me woohoo, and as for me ,, its beauty is in the eye of the beholder and those that love it,

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    love the fireworks, my oldest daughter was born on July 3rd and has cirey red hair, so of course she is called a fireworks baby, now she is a woman, born in 84, my special child, always and forever a child, and loves music and her animals and loves mom to make her quilts she just loves them all,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergereink View Post
    This Eureka quilt done for my husband in red white and blue 19th century repros and inspired fabrics.
    VERY nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyndaOH View Post
    My most stunning and favorite quilt has to be my Sylvia's Bridal Sampler, called Sylvia & Louise. I made it in the year after my mother, Louise, passed away. It was definitely my therapy and got me through that tough time. It's held together with thread and tears and there is love in every stitch. Miss you, Mom!
    a wonderful expression of love and a tribute that will last through the years and as the song says love will keep it together, and it is just fantastic

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    What a great idea to have people post their most stunning quilts. I haven't seen this many "stunners" together for a long time. Great collection. I couldn't pick a favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drw52372 View Post
    Your quilt is lovely! This type of quilt is in my bucket list. Was it needle turned applique??
    I love this quilt...could you share the pattern name ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergereink View Post
    This Eureka quilt done for my husband in red white and blue 19th century repros and inspired fabrics.
    Wow! Gorgeous! The closer I look, the more I can't figure out how in the world you pieced this. So complex and you did it so perfectly! Can you tell us how long it too to make?

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    beautiful quilts love the next to last one great colors!!!
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