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Thread: heres my French Rose,Irish chain, rag quilt, finished and washed and dried .

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    Gorgeous! I love the color combination. You did a wonderful job.

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    very pretty

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    this is beautiful

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    It is really sharp. Congrats
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    This is lovely.
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    That is so pretty!

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    Very pretty quilt. You did a great job on it.
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    Soooo pretty!
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    French Rose ,Irish Chain Rag quilt.

    I combined the two patterns to make one and did a quilt as you go. Turned out pretty good. ?But boy did it shed in the drier.
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    Hi from new mexico

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    Have never seen a quilt like this before. Nice job, thanks for sharing.
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