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Thread: Triple 4 Patch for SIL, in Vintage Fabrics

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    very very nice,,,,what a great scrappy!!!!

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    I love the way this is set together. Great quilt!
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    I am sure it will be an awesome surprise

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    You did a fantastic job. She will absolutely love it.

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    Beautiful quilt! She will just love it.

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    Really pretty. I am sure she is going to love it.
    Love to quilt

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    that will be such a wonderful surprise you did a great job of making all the colors work.. love it..

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    Your quilt turned out so beautiful. What fun to make it all work with the old and new fabrics. It is really an attractive quilt with the color combinations. A great surprise for her!
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    You did a great job and I'm sure she'll love the quilt.

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    That is a wonderful surprise and a very sweet thing you have done. You pulled all those disparate fabrics together beautifully!

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    It turned out really nice, love the scrappy look.

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    She will love it! Betcha she will cry!!! I would. What a wonderful and beautiful gift! Now I want to make one!

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    That is one beautiful quilt. Your SIL will love it.

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    What a wonderful quilt. You did a beautiful job.

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    You did a wonderful job creating this quilt.

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    Lovely quilt! She will love it!

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    Your use of white makes this absolutely striking! Thanks for allowing us to see this surprise gift.

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    Found the instructions for the Triple 4 Patch at this site, http://www.quiltsfromtheheart.org/pa...le-4-patch.pdf
    I can see a real stash buster here, thanks for your version of the pattern.

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    I love it! Thanks for sharing!

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    That is AWESOME....she will definitely love this surprise....great job!!!
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    Just lovely, beautiful colors!
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    This turned out beautifully... nice job

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishrose View Post
    What a thoughtful thing to do. It came out very pretty.
    Ditto. BrendaK
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    You made this in one day? Wow! It's beautiful and how thoughtful of you to do this for your SIL from her Mum's fabrics. It will no doubt be very special for her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada Kate View Post
    You made this in one day? Wow! It's beautiful and how thoughtful of you to do this for your SIL from her Mum's fabrics. It will no doubt be very special for her.
    Gosh no, I didn't make it in a day! If I could do any decent quilt in a day, everyone in the world would get one. I'll have to re-read my post to see if I relayed that. It took me a month since I have a real job and all. All those little corners have to match up perfectly, so I tack sewed the 4-patches until they were aligned just right and then sewed them together. The pattern is very easy, execution of it, not so much. She's getting it tomorrow, my brother hasn't seen a picture of it, because he wanted to be surprised what it looks like, although he knows it's coming.

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