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Thread: X's and o's revised

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    Junior Member Pamela Alsbury's Avatar
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    X's and o's revised

    I wasn't gonna put a sash in between rows but I ended up re-thinking the whole idea. I'm happy with the way it turned out. If I was gonna do anything different I would have went with a lighter green for my border.
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    Love it, love the paisley fabric you picked, great quilt
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    It's really pretty!

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    That paisley fabric is really quite beautiful! Very nice quilt.

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    This is a very pretty quilt. I like the green that you chose. This is x's and o's made differently. I love it.
    I am tempted to make one like this, in columns.

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    I like it much better with the sashing. Very pretty.

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    Love quilt looks like same recliner we have
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    Pamela, What a beautiful quilt! I like the sashings and the "column" look that resulted. Also, it's nice that you used paisley for the binding.

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    Love the colors... very nicely done....
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    This is a very pretty quilt.
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    oh i love it the way you did it.great quilt and colors!!
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    Love it. It is beautiful.

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    very pretty I love the colors....great job
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    Oh I love this! The busyness of the paisley goes so well with the green. Really nice quilt!

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    Pretty quilt and I like the shade of green for the border.

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    I love the darker border it makes it look really rich. And I like the thin sashing also to seperate them. You did a wonderul job. thx for sharing.
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    Love the paisley with green binding! Very nice!
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    Very, very attractive. I like the dark green!
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    nice table runner. love the green :-) what is the size of it and do you know the pattern or is this something you did on your own?
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    Very very pretty! I really like the fabrics.
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    Really like what you did.


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    I like it, really pretty. What pattern did you use??
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    Oh my! That is beautiful ... glad you didn't change a thing!

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    It's beautiful!
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