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Here's a quilt I finally finished this week. Getting to be busy yard work time, so my quilting time gets limited. Rainy this a.m., so getting another project started.

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Beautiful...love the soft colors! Is it paper pieced?
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Thanks, Deb!  No it's not paper pieced.  This is a free pattern from Shabby Fabrics.  They do a video showing how it goes together, and you can print the pattern. It's two separate blocks that go together really easy!
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Nice! I'm gonna have to look this up. I usually don't care for pointy stars...don't know why. I really DO like this pattern though. Thanks.



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Ooh, very pretty!
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Ooh, very pretty!

What she said lol. Pretty.

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I had to go look it up at Shabby Fabs. Their model does not do the pattern justice. Yours should be their model!
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Oh Lori, you made my day.  I absolutely loved the fabrics Shabby Fabrics had used, but by the time I got around to making it, they didn't have any more kits available, and I could not find any information on the fabric name or line they used.  I pulled together what I could from my stash, and if I had more, I would have made this a queen size.  Thanks for everyone's comments and for looking at my quilt!
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Mavis, you must have an amazing stash. ShabFabs model fabrics are nice, but no nuances. I like your nuances of color and texture.
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