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WI Lori

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Frogs and geckos - two different pantos. Backing is flannel.

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Beautifully done, Lori.  Love your quilting designs, and his name on top and bottom!  Wow.  Tell us how you quilt....longarm, midarm, or domestic?  (or, by hand?)
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WI Lori

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I drop it off with my LA Lady friend from church. FMQ is not in my skill set! One day I'll try to learn, for small projects.
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I like that quilt very much!

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I love it. Green and white are my favorite colors.
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Really cute!  The fabric is just perfect for the quilting motifs.
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Lori, that is adorable.  
Did you use a pattern or design it yourself?  Please share the pattern if there is one.  It looks perfect for a new grandbaby (coming in spring) quilt I need to make using elephant pattern fabric.
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WI Lori

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Thank you, everyone!

The pattern is one I saw similar made in 2.5' and tweaked.
The bricks are 3x10, the end blocks are 3x3. I added the dividing white strips, 2.5", and the green dividers, 2". The border is 2.5".

I used 6 fat quarters, plus some for the flange, cut at 1". I had enough bricks for another row, but decided not to use them. Total white was under a yard.

Scrappy binding, roughly 16" each piece, I wanted all to be equidistant if possible, and not have seams at the corners. It measures 35x51.

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Love your quilt and quilting.  Those colors work so well together.  Thanks for sharing your photos.
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