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Thread: Balcony Blossoms - a quilt top

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    Beautiful !

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    Beautiful quilt. you did a great job on making it.
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    Great quilt. I really like the pattern
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    That's a really attractive design Jennie! Love the fabrics, too!
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    I love all the action you have created in this quilt. It is a wonderful pattern you compiled. I love the colors and how it feels like spring and summer flowers popping out. Bright and cheery. Great job. Very pretty quilt.
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    That's a really cool design! I've never seen that one before-thank you for sharing.
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    This is a really striking quilt!

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    Well, even though there are no curved seams, it does leave you with that effect. Good job!

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    Beautiful design, love your quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DogHouseMom View Post
    Very pretty! It reminds me of Storm at Sea ... similar but different. Well done.
    I'm so glad you said that, DogHouseMom...was just thinking the same thing.

    Beautiful blocks, great fabrics, well done. I'm surprised you were able to learn Y seams from a book...there are free video and photo tutorials online including a great one Patrice did here on the board if anyone else is considering trying them out.
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