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Thread: The Cat and the Wisteria

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    I love wisteria plants. Your embroidered version is absolutely gorgeous.

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    Absolutely stunning Truly a work of art. Thanks for sharing.

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    such a delightful quilt, I bet you will never forget how to make a french knot.

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    I can not imagine making all those French knots. It is a beautiful quilt. Love the cat in the corner too.
    All my grand-children have paws.

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    OMG, all those knots! I love the composition and, of course, cats!

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    WOW wonderful job of knotting..I get twisted up with one...
    The best kind of sleep from Heaven above...
    is under a quilt homemade with LOVE!

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    Love the way some old posts are finding their way back. I love this quilt and all those knots were worth the time and effort.
    peace
    no act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. Aesop

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    Beautiful interpretation. I grew up thinking every place had wisteria in the back yard, or it should. It completely filled a large catalpa tree.

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