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    That is beautiful.
    "In this age of information, ignorance is a choice".

    Heaven and Earth are full of His Glory!

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    nicely done
    Nancy in western NY

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    I love it! amazing work!

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    Bountiful Blessings

    Quote Originally Posted by ruthrings View Post
    I'm next in line. Could it be like a round robin and we pass it around? It belongs in a major quilt show!! We could even chip in for the backing! ;o)
    Thank you all of you for the kind words; no it couldn't be in a major quilt show, my skills are just not that good, this is my first hand turn applique; I agree, the design is beautiful but that credit goes to the designer, Betty Standiferd. I did learn a lot and may attempt making others; am just an outdoor girl for the most part. Thanks again.

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    Gorgous quilt. I love the Southwest. Makes me homesick for Albuquerque, lived there only 5 yrs, but is more home then any place else. I will wait patiently in line to inherit it.
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    Well, I for one can't stop looking at it! Uniquely beautiful ...

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    Your quilt is stunning!

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    Your quilt is wonderful. I have a wedding pot I bought in 1959 on the reservation north of Albuquerque, can't remember the name. I think its the only thing my girls will fight over when I'm gone.

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    Wow that sure is different. Beautiful job!

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    Thanks so much for the compliment! The wedding vase in this one represents the Isleta Pueblo, it is just south of Albuquerque and my SIL is half Isleta and half Acoma; each pot represents a different pueblo and most of them have a bit of history or meaning attatched, I think Betty did a wonderful job of design and research on this pattern. I will be happy when I can get back to working on it after the holiday's; we have Christmas tree farm so will be busy with that and all other holiday things until after. Thanks again. Merry Christmas to all!

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