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Thread: Turning 20 Nautical WIP

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    Super Member Pam Pollock's Avatar
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    I rotated it so that it's easier to look at. Sorry I didn't do it earlier & had you looking sideways!! LOL
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    Well Pam, it's just as pretty in this post as it is in the other one. Imagine that!! :mrgreen:

    I don't mind saying it twice...I love what you did with this simple pattern. It's really a great design idea. Love it! :)

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    Hey now....how does the lady keep from falling, she better hold on.......and yes it is still a beautiful quilt :wink:

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    I'm ready to head to sea when do we leave very pretty.

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    I absolutely love your quilt! The little paper pieced blocks add so much! I just love them! Whoever gets/received this quilt is a lucky lucky person! You have motivated me to actually use this pattern, that is in my file cabinet!

    Wowed!
    Paula

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    That is gorgeous.. I really like nautical themes...

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    I love the way you turned the Turning 20 pattern into something very different from the normal. Very creative!! Great job.
    ~Tiffany

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    Very Pretty......

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    That looks FABULOUS!!! I love how a pattern looks and when we add our own flair how everyones looks so darn differnt then the origiona! SUPER JOB!

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    Nicely done! I'm likin' the red accents.

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    This is a great nautical quilt. Love it.

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    Love the quilt.
    Judy in Ohio

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    The black and white fish made me smile - are they pieced?

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    mmmm the turning 20 quilts are so much fun! love your choices (i love nautical, too!)

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    Hi Moonpi, The little black & white whales are paperpieced. It's funny that this thread came up again as I just finished quilting it this past weekend & I've been sewing on the binding to try & get it completely finished. I started that quilt 1.5 yrs ago & kept setting it aside to finish other ones I had started "after" the nautical one. :D



    [/quote]The black and white fish made me smile - are they pieced?[quote]

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