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Thread: anyone recognize this Santa sampler pattern?

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    Super Member gramquilter2's Avatar
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    Beautiful applique quilt pattern-cost not bad-as it is beautiful and well put together!

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    I don't think the price is high for what all you get. If I wanted that pattern, I would pay that price and be happy. Totally happy. I do BOMs all the time, so I understand the high price of them. I usually do BOMs by the month. And at the end, it ends up costing over $300 for the quilt top. But it is always a gorgeous, gorgeous quilt. Something I will keep for myself to be handed down in the family. An heirloom if you would say so.
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    Wow! What a gorgeous sampler quilt!
    City girl with a country heart!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltmom04 View Post
    I KNEW as soon as I saw the price when I looked up the pattern that there would be complaining about the cost! The applique patterns are striking and intricate and the quilt setting is stunning - the designer deserves a good return for her work.
    I don't think anyone is "complaining" about the price. We are just saying it's more than we are willing to pay. Just a statement.
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    When your DH retires teach him to LA quilt and make money doing small jobs and that way he is out of your hair so you can quilt. My DH retired 3 times(sort of speaking); in his 70's and he going to do LA next year to keep him out of my hair unless he wants to work on something else. He like the mechanical aspeck of longarm quilting and wants to design his own. This is going to be interesting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nygal View Post
    I don't think anyone is "complaining" about the price. We are just saying it's more than we are willing to pay. Just a statement.
    Thank you

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    Thank you for sharing this delightful quilt with us.

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