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Thread: Thanks for trying to locate fabric

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    Junior Member JillC's Avatar
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    While we could not locate more of the pink fabric in the large
    circle, I do appreciate you all looking.

    Found a complimentary fabric for the border. Turned out
    pretty good for using scraps. Still need to quilt it, but have a couple other quilts to complete and then will quilt.

    Thanks again for trying to help locate more fabric
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    Gorgeous!

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    Very nice!

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    Nice quilt. Very different.

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    Very pretty...great job!

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    Like it very much and the border fabric is an excellent choice.

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    The border looks good

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    Sorry you couldn't locate the fabric. It sure turned out beautifully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_MO
    Like it very much and the border fabric is an excellent choice.
    Ditto!!!

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    Worked out really fine anyway!

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    Gorgeous

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    The border fabric is perfect.
    I think it is better than if
    you had found the matching
    circle fabric. The border makes
    the circles shine.

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    Junior Member JillC's Avatar
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    Thanks..I had not used my circle cutter before, had it for a couple years and finally decided to give set in circles a whirl. Figured if it didnt work out I wasn't out too much by using scraps for the background. It was very nerve racking to cut a big hole in the middle of the quilt none the less. I will do more planning colors the next time...but I will probably be nervous everytime I have to cut a hole in the pieced quilt.

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    See where your imagination and creativity can take you??? Very pretty :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by retired2pa
    See where your imagination and creativity can take you??? Very pretty :)
    "That's close enough to perfect for meeee" :-D
    Jan in VA

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