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Thread: Swoon like variation for DGD's wedding

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    Senior Member ranbro's Avatar
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    You did an excellent job--I know that she will absolutely love it.
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    This is a gorgeous quilt! Your granddaughter must have been thrilled to pieces! Arr Arr. I love the fabrics, the pattern and what a great job you did.... And the quilting...WOW! Thank you for letting us know about the tutorial, this is certainly going on my bucket list! I have Pat Speth and Charlene Thode's book Nickel Quilts and love the patterns in that. Definitely going to be exploring Candace's blog there. The tutorial looks great: http://doublenickelquilts.blogspot.c...block.html?m=1

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    It is very pretty! Wonderful quilting also.

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    beautiful quilt. I know they are delighted
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    That is absolutely stunning!!
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    That is Gorgeous!!! I'm taking a class at my LQS on Tues; wish I had seen this before I selected & prepped my fabrics. Also checked the Double Nickel blog. Had no idea a square could be added to the corners to make it completely different - like yours. Thanks for sharing. If your granddaughter doesn't like it, you're welcome to store it at my house!! Have a blessed day.

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    This is beautiful! And it's going on my list - I've been wondering what I was going to do with my ever growing scraps - I just didn't know it would be something this pretty :-)

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    Wonderful colors and quilting.

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    Gorgeous quilt!! Your fabulous quilting is definite eye candy here!! Thanks for sharing the pattern info.
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    It is beautiful. Love the quilting.

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    Love the pattern! beautiful piecing and quilting!

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    I've already downloaded the directions and it's on my 'to do' list! That is simply beautiful!

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    I know she will love it.
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    Gorgeous! It is such a beautiful pattern and one that would look lovely even in just two colors. All the fabrics and colors you have chosen are wonderful and what a treasure it is for your DGD. It will become an heirloom in her family for sure. Beautifully done.

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    It's gorgeous! I am so envious of your beautiful quilting...especially your amazing feather border. Would you quilt all my future quilts, please?
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    You put a lot of love and work into it and the results are amazing. I love it.

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    Gorgeous quilt - love the colors.

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    The quilt is breathtaking! If you did the quilting you are also more amazing!!!! What a lucky couple!

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    Beautiful quilt! I like all the different colors. You combined her colors magnificently!

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    beautiful..you did a great job.. love it...

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    Beautiful!

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    That is one gorgeous quilt!!! I would imagine that the bride and groom loved it. How could they not? You did a beautiful job on it!

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    Wonderful job. So pretty. Love it.

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    That is so beautiful.What a wonderful heirloom for them to keep.

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    Perfectly executed. She'll treasure it forever.
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