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Thread: Dutch Quilt Exhibition

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    Great photos. I am often amazed at what people can make. Those hexagons are tiny--I can imagine a group of people sitting around putting them all together.

    I think the war memorial skirts are so very special. What a wonderful exhibit.

    Your fabric is beautiful too!

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    Oh how very wonderful to have gotten to "see" this exhibit. The skirts are very special indeed and the quilts, amazing. Thanks for sharing this with us.

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    K-thank you for sharing this amazing and very moving exhibit with us.

    I think your new stash additions are wonderful!!

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    Beautiful. I am amazed at the work they must have put into these quilts.

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    thank you for sharing, you broaden our lives. :D
    loved seeing all the quilts and my how tiny are those hexes WOW and the fabric wall...such a statement. Glad you were able to get some material! Is there a project in mind for that :D

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    Thanks K for showing us the beautiful quilts. Very impressive skirts and I loved the fabic wall. Wondered where you were! Have fun with your new fabric.

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    Thanks so much for sharing......stunning....absolutely stunning.....had to look at everything over and over.....:-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharon M
    thank you for sharing, you broaden our lives. :D
    loved seeing all the quilts and my how tiny are those hexes WOW and the fabric wall...such a statement. Glad you were able to get some material! Is there a project in mind for that :D
    Thanks all of you for your 'thanks'! - (and for missing me a little bit!)

    As for projects - I want to make a lap quilt for my neighbour who is so good at feeding chickens and cat while we're away and I want to do a version of the blue and white quilt I saw with the one little red patch, and something like the ABC quilt AND I've just had lots of lovely farm panels from butterflywing which are crying out to be made into a child's quilt, some cushions and curtains for my son's room AND there's the door quilt curtain I've been discussing on here to do - the gold fabric I bought is the final piece i needed for that!!! I've nearly finished hand quilting the lap quilt I made for my daughter from Izy's D9P tute and there's a top for our bed to hand quilt once the batting comes before I even think of starting anything else! Dontcha wish there were more hours in the day? :wink: :D

    K x

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    Yes, you were missed. Was a bit quiet here :)

    Those are awesome! Thanks for sharing!!

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    Many thanks for posting the beautiful pics, whereabouts in Holland was the show. I keep thinking of nipping over to see some of their lovely works of art.
    Do you know of any retreats in Holland?

    Tisha

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