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Thread: Quilt Sold for $70,000

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    WOW!! how great is that?

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    :shock: :shock:

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    minimum 3000 hours!

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    FABULOUS!

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    I'm speechless.......

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    Cool -- but I can't figure out why it took so many hours and why it was worth so much! Am I just tired and not seeing something???

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    Quote Originally Posted by amandasgramma
    Cool -- but I can't figure out why it took so many hours and why it was worth so much! Am I just tired and not seeing something???
    If you click on it you can see it closer up. It is covered in very intricate embroidery.

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    The photo really doesn't do it justice.

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    The quilt must be huge! All that little detail in the hand embroidery! Absolutely amazing. I am very happy to see a quilter that values her time and don't sell until the price is right. It is hard to do when you are trying to sell for necessity. I don't think I would sell any of mine if it wasn't because I need to. I enjoy the process and always try to work on things I like and when I am done is hard to part with, so I can understand why she took to long to make up her mind.

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