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Thread: AAQI mini quilt #11535

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    A very nice donation.

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    I love this! I see all the fish playing and the bubbles coming up! Adorable! You did a colorwash quilt only w/a twister tool! Great results! My last one is #10,805.

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    I haven't been a big fan of twister quilts, but your's impressed me. It's very nicely done.
    will quilt 4EVER

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    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr View Post
    I love this! I see all the fish playing and the bubbles coming up! Adorable! You did a colorwash quilt only w/a twister tool! Great results! My last one is #10,805.
    Yes, now I can see the coral reef. Too late though. I looked at your quilt, which almost looked liked stain glass. Very nice and looks like you spent a lot of time on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnil458 View Post
    Yes, now I can see the coral reef. Too late though. I looked at your quilt, which almost looked liked stain glass. Very nice and looks like you spent a lot of time on it.
    Thanks, adnil! Yes, I spent a lot of time on it and was disappointed in the low grade they gave it. The ModPodge caused the green Batik fabric to bleed on the yellow, but the acrylic paints came to the rescue! Thank God! It was my 15th mini and my last one! I'll be focusing more now on charity quilts for the needy in our country. Yours is the cutest done with the twister tool I've seen so far!

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    What an adorable quilt! I love this! Great job!!!
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    It looks great! Nice job!

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