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Thread: Another 1930's quilt finished

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    Senior Member captlynhall's Avatar
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    That is so gorgeous. The quilt top is fabulous and I am so impressed with your quilting. I hand quilt too, but have a long way to go to get anywhere near you. That is most definitely an heirloom.
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    Oooh! Simply Gorgeous!

    I just LOVE those white background quilts and the reproduction fabrics too. I'm a new quilter, so I'm sure that this project is WAY beyond my skill level, but would anyone be willing to share the name of the pattern/book that this design comes from? I would like to purchase the pattern and put it away for a few years till I feel I can tackle it!
    I've spent lots of time on the board looking thru the photos, and it's always so disappointing to fall in love with a beautiful quilt only to find out it was a BOM project from three years ago, or an old pattern, no longer available, so I'm learning right away, if I see something I love, even if I'm not ready I better get it and save it. This quilt goes right to the top of that "Hoping someday..." list of mine. You both did an exquisite job! Thank you for sharing the photos! CAn't wait till my abilities match the inspiration found on this board! LOL

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    This is certainly eye candy! I love the design, fabric expert piecing and the wonderful hand quilting that sets it to perfection.

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    Beautiful quilt and beautiful quilting job. You both should be very proud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red-warrior View Post
    Both of you did and excellent job!!! Thank you for sharing!
    Ditto. BrendaK
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    This is one of the prettiest quilts I've ever seen: the piecing and quilting are exceptional. I too would love to know the name of the pattern.
    jean

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    The quilt is gorgeous, but your quilting is incredible! This is sure to become a family heirloom! Beautiful!!!

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    Oh my...so beautiful. I love the quilt but I truly love the hand quilting. You are a shining star.
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    Gramma to Isabella and NEW baby brother Enzo!

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    That is absolutely gorgeous!

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    Beautiful quilt!
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