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What a beautiful quilt. I love the scrappy feel of this quilt. Is it your own design? It all works to nicely. It's sure to sell quickly.Carolynhttp://www.homesewnbycarolyn.com
Totally wild. I see you're breaking creative boundaries and going all out on this one. Great job, love those swirls.
That is such a great old-fashioned looking quilt...my favorite kind!!
Nice work. The quilting is very complementary for this quilt.
I think it is spectacular -- now if only I could justify purchasing a quilt (LOL).
I'm a new quilter. A dumb question how do you make faux flying geese? That quilt is awesome, read your blog everyday. Thank you for your knowledge. Mgmj1949@yahoo.com
Wow, dazzling.Well done.
It`s just beautiful.Love your fabric combo.
Love it! So pretty and fun!
You can never have too much plaid (tartan in my part of the world!) in my humble opinion :)
I'm such a fan of flying geese - this is a wonderful quilt! Love the quilting, too.
It's beautiful!! I love it!!
There you go again. . . those plaids!!! LOVE this!! My current WIP is just a little dip in the pond of plaids - next one is going to be all out plaid :D The borders on this are fabulous. Beautifully done! :)
Hi Alycia! This is really beautiful! x Teje
A lovely finish! The plaids are wonderful for this, and your quilting gives it all great texture!
This is one pretty quilt! Love the plaids, block layout and quilting. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!
Congrats on the finish. Love all the plaids and the striped back is perfect.
You are the queen of plaid - this is awesome! I do not need another fabric addiction, but I have a small collection and I now feel inspired to create something with it. That means I'll be adding more plaids. :)
The faux geese work well with that swirly quilting. Thanks for joining up with us at #scraptastictuesday
Looks wonderful =)
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