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Thread: Sun, moon, stars quilt is finished!

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    Super Member grann of 6's Avatar
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    Sun, moon, stars quilt is finished!

    Well, folks, here it is. I thank you all for your help. I think it turned out as I had envisioned; nice when that happens.Name:  P1010296(1).JPG
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    It came out beautiful

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    What a great quilt! Love the fabric and love what you did with it! Great job!

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    Beautiful job, love your theme.

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    Beautiful quilt! I love it all, but I especially like the backing fabric. I have never seen that one before.
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    You did a wonderful job.

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    What a beautiful quilt, you did a great job.

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    That is a gorgeous quilt! I have a 10 year old DGD who is extremely interested in the solar system. I've been trying to figure out what to do for her in a quilt and this helps me wrap my head around some ideas better. Thanks for sharing!
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    Thanks everyone. I don't know if you guys have been following the story of this quilt on another thread. My doctor's receptionist asked for "Sun, moon, stars" for her soon-to-be son. She wanted dark colors. I was bound not to spend much money on it, try to use my stash. I had the sun, moon, stars fabric, and the points fabric from a project from several years ago. Also had the wizard fabric left from making DGS window treatments about 10 years ago. I was trying a way to integrate what I had into one cohesive quilt. I hope she likes it.

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    You did a great job, Beautiful quilt

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    That is beautiful. You did a wonderful job.

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    I love your quilt. That came out great!
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    Very neat sewing, well put together, your star points are very crisp and sashing so straight.

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    Very pretty, good choice of borders.
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    I love the Dumbledore fabric on the back. It sure is a beautiful quilt
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    Even more incredible that you did without buying me fabric.. Wonderful job.

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    You did a fantastic job; love the front and back equally!
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    It's just lovely - you did a great job!

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    Amazing! Love how it turned out.

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    you finished it up beautifully.
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    You did a great job, it is beautiful.

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    That is a wonderful quilt. I love the three borders, they really set off your quilt.
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    It turned our gorgeous. That thin gold border is perfect.

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    Lovely, lovely, lovely. That backing is perfect for the quilt, love the colors front and back.

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    That is stunning. Great job!!!
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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