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Thread: Just finished lap quilt

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    oh my this is beautiful... i bought the kailescope ruler but just dont have the nerve to try it but i do so love them...

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    Your use of the black has made a stunning quilt. Well done!
    Linda Wedge White

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    what a fantastic lap quilt. lovely fabric now
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Its a happy quilt! I really like what you did with that fabric.
    Live and let live!

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    WOW! It made a beautiful quilt!

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    Nice colors! I like the binding as well. You did a great job!

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    I love kaleidoscopes and yours is great. It always amazes me to see what the blocks turn out to be and how different they look from the original fabric. Good save!

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    really pretty after you cut it into small pieces. Good choice.

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    WOW! You did a great job of turning an ugly duckling into a masterpiece!

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    You made something beautiful out of something less than beautiful. lol I didn't want to say ugly, but since you already said it, I agree with you. lol

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