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Thread: Goose In a NY Minute - top almost done

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    Just 2 more solid borders... I figured out the NY Beauties, but they took ALL DAY to piece just 4 of them.
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    Wow!!! That is Beautiful.

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    Very pretty, love the pattern and workmanship.

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    that is a beautiful quilt!

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    Hah! All day! It would take me all year to piece the New York Beauties. And maybe put me in the loony bin. You have to be both precise and patient. Patience, sometimes, but precision on that level is beyond me. Your work is amazing! Very beautiful.

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    beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazeljane
    Hah! All day! It would take me all year to piece the New York Beauties. And maybe put me in the loony bin. You have to be both precise and patient. Patience, sometimes, but precision on that level is beyond me. Your work is amazing! Very beautiful.
    thank you... What was driving me nuts is that I shortened my stitch length so the paper would tear more easily; but that meant I had 3 times as many stitches to rip out when I screwed something up (about every 4th piece)

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    That's really beautiful. Gorgeous colors.

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    Beautiful colors and love the pattern! Congratulations!

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    very pretty

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