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Reviewed by:ChrisS

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Posted on:2/28/13 11:57 PM
Last Updated:3/1/13 0:16 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 3 people   
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RoseE said... (3/8/13 6:44 PM) Reply
Those 3D effects always amaze me. Great idea to repurpose suits this way. Very inspiring! Thanks!
treefrog said... (3/4/13 0:59 AM) Reply
Wonderful! The herringbone pattern in the fabric looks fantastic.
BlueSkysAhead said... (3/2/13 10:39 PM) Reply
what a fun way to do a quilt
Sharonspils said... (3/2/13 4:19 PM) Reply
Stunning throw!
Judy Kski said... (3/1/13 10:17 PM) Reply
I just love that 3-D effect. Your choice of fabrics is perfect to make you "feel" the design.
butterflyfly said... (3/1/13 5:13 PM) Reply
I love this illusion throw! Good choice of colours, and I like the fact that you used thrifted wool suits - great refashion! The only correction - they are not triangles, but rhombuses :) (sorry, I'm a maths teacher, just can't help myself.. :)
renren said... (3/1/13 12:59 PM) Reply
Very nice! I especially like the 3-D effect the geometric pattern gives when the differently shaded fabrics are used. A project both useful for its warmth and also as a conversation piece.
Sew Whatever said... (3/1/13 9:21 AM) Reply
this is better than the original. Sounds like a good addition to my lounge!
caper81 said... (3/1/13 7:41 AM) Reply
Really cool throw! :)
sewfrequent said... (3/1/13 5:22 AM) Reply
love very modern vibe using a traditional pattern and unexpected fabrics. I have a family member who would LOVE this quilt. I was not able to see the zig-zagging even in close-up view. Thank you for sharing how it was made.
SheBear0320 said... (3/1/13 0:18 AM) Reply
Love the use of wool tweed in your throw -- great idea. The colours are fabulous. Tumbling blocks has always been one of my fave patterns -- I've never gotten around to making one though. Good luck!
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