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Your quilt is absolutely stunniing!
WOW! As Judy says, ringing my chimes! It looked nice up close, but the overall quilt looks amazing. Somehow it reminds me of a cathedral window quilt. I may go back and look at that block again. Yours turned out wonderfully. I'm curious, does that pattern have a name?
my arm was sore for 2 days, I never realized how often my family pats me on the arm until it hurt.
Thank you Judy. It was a labor of love for sure.
Yes many hours of work but I do love the final outcome.
Thank you. It has always been one of my favorites and I never could figure out the quilting.
The top is made of two very simple blocks. A nine patch and a triangle with the tri-recs ruler. It is all about color placement to make it pop. I depleted all my darks and lights to make the stars. The nine patches were from multiple block swaps. Not sure how many swaps there were but at least 5. I think the swaps lasted a couple of years.