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  1. Dick Du Puis's Avatar
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    Thank you fo the great recipe and methord for refinishing wood.
    Dick
  2. azcardsgirl's Avatar
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    Beautiful...
  3. mmanle424's Avatar
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    Amazing! I would never have thought about using coordinated prints with different background colors--but the effect is powerful!
  4. mmanle424's Avatar
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    These are quilts to daydream by! I love the texture on the silver one! I'm inspired!
  5. quiltlady1941's Avatar
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    Beautiful quilt, I hope and pray that your BIL does well.. you did a wonderful job on this quilt
  6. ElysianGlenn85's Avatar
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    Which charm pack did you use? I like this very much btw.
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    mmmmmmm, yum! love the curves of that tree, and the field of poppies, silver birches, fall foliage, in short, your entire display! lovely work! as usual, i love what you do!
    Updated 06-29-2015 at 06:11 AM by nancia
  8. pineneedles4's Avatar
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    I was in KC that weekend but we headed to Walnut, Iowa for an Antique Festival and when I wanted to go on Sunday my sister, who was riding with me, just wanted to go home so I missed the show....so disappointed!
  9. pineneedles4's Avatar
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    Neutral Oriental light print or white for background with tiny red/orange blossoms and tiny brown vines running the length?
  10. pineneedles4's Avatar
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    Greaat job! I Love these! Thank you for sharing.

    Vanessa in Oklahoma
  11. bignan 1935's Avatar
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    It so cute.
  12. quiltfabrication's Avatar
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    Thank you! I just love red, white, and blue!
  13. Sandi's Avatar
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    I like this very much!
  14. jjuhl's Avatar
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    They are all beautiful! Very creative.
  15. jaly3162's Avatar
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    I bought one from Wal-Mart in the automotive section.
  16. Beachbaby12's Avatar
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    I had a recent experience except I bought mine at a flea market. I talked to a coworker and advanced quilter at work. She advised me to wash it by hand - like in the bathtub, and make repairs as necessary. For instance, I need to add a new backing and quilt binding - I've never repaired/restored an old quilt. The old quilts are heirlooms that somebody worked hard on -the sad news is there isn't a quilting label to identify who made it, what year, etc. I am fascinated with my quilt as it was all done by hand. She also advised that's why it's best to label all our quilts. I wish you the best - I hope to get mine in order some day - still working full time, etc. Please let me know how it all works out for you.
  17. pjwalcik's Avatar
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    I have access to a walmart. Any particular color, size, amount? I would happy to take a look and see if they have any.
  18. WinSumLsSm's Avatar
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    Facebook.... Fabric selling for people who are not cray cray

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  19. Kim W.'s Avatar
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    Omigosh that is the best fabric ever! I'm a fan of quilting but I wouldn't cut that up for anything. Have you thought about mounting it on stretcher bars? Or framing it? A window shade or cornice? What fun your house must be if you used this for chairs! Thanks for sharing it!
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    Support: http://kck.st/1eY4djB

    crafts different products with American quilt and different countries rich historic handwork for the advancement of poor women's life
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