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Thread: First quilt with all solids

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    Good job. You're right to stop calling yourself a newbie quilter. Just enjoy the process. We all learn something on every quilt we make.

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    you should name it "find the squirrel". very nice!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolynjo View Post
    Good job. You're right to stop calling yourself a newbie quilter. Just enjoy the process. We all learn something on every quilt we make.
    Next up... applique! First time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    you should name it "find the squirrel". very nice!!
    I loooooooove that!!!! I might just have to do that, but not tell him that's the name for a few weeks. That's hysterical!
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    nicely done
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    Very pretty. You did a great job. Thanks for sharing.

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    You are at a similar stage to me (just finished my 3rd quilt) but you are way ahead. Your quilt is great and the quilting is brilliant. Fabulous idea to go with the solids for a male.
    He will love it.
    Annie

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    Oh, I love the quilting...the quilt is nice, too...but oh, my...always go for the quilting.

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    I love the solid color quilt. What a great way to make a masculine quilt. It's really cool and your quilting is top notch. Keep on quilting.

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    Wonderful color placement. I especially enjoyed seeing your quilt as I'm leaning towards using more solids. Your quilting is great. I think you're way past being a "new" quilter.

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