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Snowballs in September?

These kind are just fine!
I got the inspiration from Snowball night. Click on the red box on my sidebar!
These are 8 1/2 inch blocks. I put plain white fabric at the top cuz I'm going to do some really cute applique shapes. I just can't commit yet...Still deciding whether or not I should do circles or flowers..or, the options are endless.


 
And I absolutely love the border! These are some of my favorite fabrics.
Thanks for looking!
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Comments

  1. RED is always a winner in my book. Your variety of prints sure makes this a great quilt, and the patchwork border is the best! :-}pokey

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  2. Loving those snowballs!! Your quilt is gorgeous!

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  3. these are pretty snowballs!!! i am looking forward to what you will do with the top

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  4. Red and white, always a classic. Lovely quilt.

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  5. This is gorgeous! I have just finished a snowball quilt in pink and was keen to do another. After seeing yours I can't wait to start another one. I also followed the link to Snowball Night and enjoyed looking at the quilt blocks from the participants. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  6. Love it! The red and white are so classic, very nice!

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  7. You certainly have the makings of a gorgeous quilt there. Love the red/white theme.

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  8. I love your snowball quilt. The fabrics are so pretty.

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  9. You had me at red fabric. Love this quilt top. Perfect for the holidays coming up.

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  10. This snowball quilt is great! Love the red and white. Thanks for sharing!

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