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  1. read2me1989's Avatar
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    If you go to Pinterest and type in bookshelf quilts several will pop up with links to find them. I'm sure most of them have a cost involved but maybe you can get an idea from the pics.
  2. judy363905's Avatar
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    Now that is a comfy quilt. One I would like to be under in cool weather. Lovely job

    Judy in Phx, AZ
  3. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Just beautiful. I love the overall effect you achieved by the placement of the florals. Just love it!!!
  4. quilting mary's Avatar
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    Very beautiful.
  5. lolthom's Avatar
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    Thanks Jon.
  6. Judith1005's Avatar
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    This is awesome. Thank you for the tutorial!! I like your way better. Not so much waist. And much easier. (I always have a problem with the twister tool slipping.)
  7. KyStitcher's Avatar
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    Progressing beautifully, I'd say!
  8. Herry-Berry's Avatar
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    Dear gzuslivz,
    Thank-you for describing how your quilt group works. I like the idea of opening it up to other churches.
    I've never heard of Patterns of Faith, it sounds like a good place to start. I see there are several different themes, all interesting.
    Thank-you again for your input which will hep us get going.
    Wishing you inspiration for your meditations and in your quilting.
    HB
  9. SewingSew's Avatar
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    Hello. I am new to the quilting board and have been admiring all the lovely photos. I just wanted to say that yours is the prettiest quilt that I have ever seen, and I sincerely mean that. What a beautiful job! Did you follow a pattern? If there is a pattern for this quilt, I would absolutely love to have it. The color choices are breath-taking! How long did this take? What size is it? It is definitely eye-candy! Sew stunning! Sharon
  10. Sandra Sews's Avatar
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    Wow! This is beautiful. I think the white around the blocks is a nice touch and really makes them stand out. Your quilting on back is gorgeous.
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