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Thread: Testing a Quilt Pattern!

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    Super Member Sunnie's Avatar
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    Super quilt and pattern. Your woven border really adds to it.
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    Love the border....nice job.

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    Very nice!
    What a wonderful wedding gift.

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    Terrific, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    First of all Thank you daughter for her services for my freedom, 2nd this is such a beautiful quilt. I think you are right it
    does make a perfect wedding quilt. thanks for sharing
    Freedom is costly and quilting keeps us busy...

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    I have the pattern also but haven't gotten around to it yet, love your intertwined border! Perfect for it!
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    What a beautiful quilt! Love the border. I can't wait to see it finished.

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    Very pretty!

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    oh that is just absolutely outstanding! huge contrast, love the prints, stunning! can'twait to see it all finished! talk about a lot of little blocks! way to go!
    A rolling stone gathers no moss

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    Adorable quilt-I love all things with hearts.
    A dog is not "almost human" and I know of no greater insult to the canine race than to describe it as such.

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    Great looking quilt and great job.

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    Love it, please post again when completed.
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    Your border really makes the quilt special! Very interesting pattern of two hearts. you did a great job.

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    Great quilt. I agree that I love the borders. Would it be hard to make it larger?

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    That pieced border really sets it off...lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caspharm View Post
    Great quilt. I agree that I love the borders. Would it be hard to make it larger?
    I don't think so. Just pick a size square and go for it.

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    Very pretty and I like your border too. Curious to see what you add to make it larger.
    Joyce

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    Quote Originally Posted by joyce888 View Post
    Very pretty and I like your border too. Curious to see what you add to make it larger.
    Me too!!! I do know I am going to use 2.5" squares and HSTs...I have a bunch of them cut. I have to finish quilting a customer's quilt and get the house ready for 7 of the kids to come home for Thanksgiving (and I've stolen 2 bedrooms for my quilting!), so it will probably be December or January, but my brain is always working on it! If anyone has any ideas with pictures, please post them

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    great design!

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    This pattern, Two Hearts in Love, you can get it for free on the Fun Stuff page at www.foolsgoldca.com

    Thank you so much to the designer, Jenel Looney!!!

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    Beautiful! Your border is the perfect finishing touch and carries out the theme wonderfully.

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    Really cute quilt and the borders really add so much!
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