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Thread: Yaaah!!!! HOOO!!! Attic Quilt finished.

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    Beautiful quilt!! Awesome piecing, wonderful quilting too :D :D :D

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    That's beautiful Bonbon, and so many 'firsts' too! Great job! The 3D effect is amazing. :D

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    WOW the attic windows really pop out. It looks great !

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    that is gorgeous. you did a fantastic job

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    Great job!!!

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    NIce looks really good.

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    Your quilt is just beautiful!!!!

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    Great work!!

    Kyia

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    I love how 3-D it looks! Nice job!!

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    Pretty qult. Congrats on finishing.

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    Very nice! Congratulations on doing it ALL yourself! :lol: And it is reversible! I love the colors!

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    bonnie it came out beauitful ,great work bonnie :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    All of you who make your quilts reversible are putting too much pressure on me. I have a hard enough time completing one side. How is the world do you make the back match the quilting on the front. Lordy Lordy some of you put me to shame.

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    What a wonderful quilt!! I too love the three D effect! Love the colors too!

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    Beautiful!!! Congratulations on getting it finished! And thanks for posting the pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motomom
    Beautiful!!! Congratulations on getting it finished! And thanks for posting the pics.
    DITTOES!
    Well done!
    WHen you finally get a project done that has been hanging around for awhile, don't you just LOVE the rush of adrenaline - - as though you can do ANYTHING! And, you can hardly wait to get to the next one, right?

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    I Thank Every One of You for the Kind Words. After working all this time on this quilt I now feel elated and kinda deflated at the same time does that make any sense? Its done now I have to think about something else after thinking about this quilt for a year. I do love it THANKS AGAIN FOR ALL THE COMPLIMENTS.
    BillsBonBon

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    The depth is amazing. Great work. :thumbup: Remind me NOT to put mine up when I finally finish it. :thumbup:

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    Love it! Love it! Love it!!!!!!!!!!!! I have been fascinated with this pattern for some time. Even bought some material I thought would work for the center of the windows, but I am just too scared to try yet.
    I am envious! It is sooooo awesome in every way. Spectacular work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursie76
    Love it! Love it! Love it!!!!!!!!!!!! I have been fascinated with this pattern for some time. Even bought some material I thought would work for the center of the windows, but I am just too scared to try yet.
    I am envious! It is sooooo awesome in every way. Spectacular work!
    Believe me, if I can do it, I know you can do it. It's just fabric. :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursie76
    Love it! Love it! Love it!!!!!!!!!!!! I have been fascinated with this pattern for some time. Even bought some material I thought would work for the center of the windows, but I am just too scared to try yet.
    I am envious! It is sooooo awesome in every way. Spectacular work!
    Hi Nursie76. I didn't do the traditional Y seam,you know stop at 1/4 in. to make the seam. I followed the directions on this tut. it was fast and easy to do. Instead of stopping at the quarter in. on your first sash you sew all the way across. When you put the next sash on you start at the quarter in seam already done by sewing it all the way across. Then just follow the directions for a miter. I hope the link comes through if it doesn't PM me and I will see what the problem is. Thank you for your Kind words but as someone has already said If I can do it I surly know you can. :thumbup: :thumbup:


    http://www.geocities.com/quiltfrenzy/attic-window.html

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    What a beautiful quilt. You did an outstanding job. I would love that on my bed, HA HA!!!! No matter how long it takes the first one done for yourself is always the BEST!!!!! Great job, thanks for sharing......

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    Bonnie, does that quilt, ever look good on your guest room bed!
    I have seen these blocks, and wall hangings in this pattern, but seeing your pictures, gives you a whole other perspective. I love your colors, too! :D

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    Great job! Love the squares on the back.

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    This is a great looking quilt. I love the framing and color effect. Good job!

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