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    Carol R says

    Thank you for sharing this pattern. It looks complicated, but when you look at the directions I can see that you can do a lot of chain sewing. I love the bright colors you used.

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    pdudgeon says

    now this is worth turning on my copier for!
    I think i’ve found a home for my overflowing tub of scrap fabrics! thank you Judy.

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    KatieQ says

    Thank you! I love this quilt. Pulling out the fabrics will have to wait until Monday. I’m playing with my embroidery machine today.

    I’m sure Vince will be delighted with his quilt, it’s very “manly.”

  4. 7

    says

    What a great quilt, Judy! I’ve just been looking through Nine-Patch Extravangza again and getting excited. I particularly like all the ways you help us with interesting borders. This new quilt is no exception.

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      ann says

      Hi Judy,

      great pattern. I was at your lecture this fall in Springfield, MO. Great lecture, enjoyed it immensely. Lots of simple but very effective quilt designs. thank you for what you do. Not sure when you find time to sleep, but keep up the good work. Ann

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    Eileen C says

    Judy that is so pretty! I love it! I’m beginning to like black and brights … guess I need to add a quilt to my list for next year.

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    Carol says

    Thanks again for sharing with us! It always amazes me how simple shapes combined with the right colors can make a wonderful quilt.

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    valerie says

    Thanks for the great pattern Judy! I think it looks like it could be a fast charity quilt. I can use up some of my scraps.
    Your site is great!
    Valerie

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    valerie says

    Thanks for the great pattern Judy! I think it looks like it could be a fast charity quilt. I can use up some of my scraps.
    Your site is great! I just finished piecing the morning splash quilt.
    Thanks,
    Valerie

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    says

    We are going to turn you into a scrap quilter yet… I can see this with each of those colors being a different fabric – with the black being the unifying factor. But this is fairly scrappy for Judy!