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Thread: "Reflections"

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    I fell in love with this technique..taught 5 classes for a LQS..older pattern..I had never seen it.."Dragon Lady Quilts" (Reflections) the picture on the pattern is of flowers..but you can take this and run out of the box !!
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    That is so beautiful. You did a fabulous job. What a perfect eye-catcher on a wall! Please tell us more about how you did this. Have you done a tutorial or know of one? Thanks.

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    Amazingly beautiful!

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    That is really pretty.

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    Would love to see a tute on this. Beautiful!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by noahscats7
    Would love to see a tute on this. Beautiful!!!
    I agree!

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    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    This looks like a class I took over 5 yrs ago called fractured quilts.I took a piece of walmart fabric at the time not knowing if I would like this technique.It was alot of fun.

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    the fabric I started out with.I still need to bind the piece
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    You picked the perfect fabric for this technique. It is just gorgeous

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    You picked the perfect fabric for this technique. It is just gorgeous

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