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Thread: Turning Twenty quilt for friend

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    Turning Twenty quilt for friend

    A friend just finished this TTq and I quilted it for her with a panto called CURLS & FEATHERS by Iris Noitalay, which I got through Golden Threads. She said to do something simple and with such a busy quilt I agree, uncomplicated is suitable for it. Enjoy. This quilt is very bright and may looked a little washed out due to the sunshine. I did not cut the extra batting off. I'm leaving that for her to finish.
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    Lovely quilt! Great job!!
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    Very pretty quilt.
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    Wow....beautiful quilt!!! Great fabric!!
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    Beautiful work!!!!

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    That is pretty. Always love to see the quilting. Love the cupcake fabric on the back.

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    It's awesome, and LOVE the choice of backing fabric, given the occasion!
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    Very busy quilt. Lots of pretty colors. I love the back.

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    I'm so impressed with your choice of fabric! I really like this quilt!

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    Oh now that is the best Turning Twenty I've ever seen!! lovely!!!

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Such a different arrangement of TTQ!!! Love it, and the fabrics, and an awesome job on the quilting!

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    I love the contrast in her pattern. I love the fabrics for the quilt top and the backing fabric as well. What a fun quilt. I like the quilting pattern you used. Thanks for sharing.
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    Is there another? I sure love that one, maybe it has a twin that needs a home? LOL. Very very nice.

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    Love it.
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    Beautiful use of fabrics and contrast! I really like the back as well. You chose a very nice pattern to quilt this quilt and executed it wonderfully.

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    great job

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    This is so pretty!!
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    Beautiful quilt. Great job.
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    Do you know what fabric collection this is? I would love to know! Beautiful!
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    Love that quilt!

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    I love the layout. Which Turning Twenty book is that from?

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    That is a very cool TT quilt, nice quilting too.

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    found this- much different from the first pattern that came out
    http://www.sewthankful.com/TurningTw...ltPattern.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    found this- much different from the first pattern that came out
    http://www.sewthankful.com/TurningTw...ltPattern.html
    This is the book it came from and there are lots of other patterns in it also.
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