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    OOOOOh what a wonderful Idea and love the quilts too.
    SMILE- it will make everyone wonder what you are up to.
    Stay strong and keep looking up.

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    Great job on both racks! You are very talented.
    Linda

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    I absolutely love the way you can display the quilts as individuals with none getting hidden behind the others. Though I'll never have the opportunity to have something like this, I certainly enjoyed admiring yours. It is not just the beautiful quilts that are admired in this post. Thank you.

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    Wow, that is the most beautiful, awesome quilt rack /display I've EVER seen !!
    Love the mission style woodwork, such clean and simple lines. Love the thread rack. What a talent you have ... did you made the railing too ?
    Last edited by TexasGurl; 07-25-2012 at 06:32 AM.

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    [QUOTE=joysewer;5392588]
    Quote Originally Posted by NeverEnoughQuilts View Post
    It was a block of the week designed by the quilt shop in Clinton IA. Has 52 unique blocks and is beautiful, IMHO...[/QUOTa\]

    Although that one is beautiful too, I was talking about the pattern for the dark blue one. Love them all!!
    Ooooops, I think you are asking about the one with the vine and leaves in the border, if so, the pattern is called Starry Night by All Through the Night by Bonnie Sullivan. Their web site is: allthroughthenight.net Pattern #811.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasGurl View Post
    Wow, that is the most beautiful, awesome quilt rack /display I've EVER seen !!
    Love the mission style woodwork, such clean and simple lines. Love the thread rack. What a talent you have ... did you made that railing too ??
    Yes, I made the railing also.
    Thank you

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    WOW, You are so cleaver. What a great way to display quilts. I always hang mine on the staircase railing.
    Linda

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    Meant to add, love your quilts too !! esp the dark navy/black ? w/ red and applique ... gorgeous

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    [QUOTE=NeverEnoughQuilts;5392820]
    Quote Originally Posted by joysewer View Post

    Ooooops, I think you are asking about the one with the vine and leaves in the border, if so, the pattern is called Starry Night by All Through the Night by Bonnie Sullivan. Their web site is: allthroughthenight.net Pattern #811.
    Thank you!!! I'm going now to check out their web site.
    Gloria 

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    all I can say is WOW..........and WOW............awesome on both!

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