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Thread: A mini right size for AAQI, but going elsewhere.

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    Super Member LeslieFrost's Avatar
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    Way to go Gladie! It is beautiful. That border fabric looks like one of the Kansas Troubles line. I love everything they design.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynnie25 View Post
    Wow, love this crazy mini, perfect fabrics but oh my those blocks look so tiny to do
    You said a mouthful there, girlfriend! The fabrics ARE perfect! And the blocks are spectacular! I love it!
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    That is pretty.

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    love the colours in this mini quilt. Lucky person who is going to recieve it

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    Just terrific, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    A "big" thanks to everyone. Yes, Leslie, most are KT fabrics. Leftovers from the PPing trims I am doing for the FWS Pony Club blocks of the week featured here on the board. I timed how long this took me to make from first string to sewing on the binding; it was 5 1/2 hours with GK interruptions. Then a half hour to HS the binding--one of my favorite quiltmaking processes.
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    What a wonderful job you did. I love it!!
    will quilt 4EVER

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    Very nice. The colors and prints go together so well!

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    Yes, I see those familiar fabrics! Wow what a great job. It looks planned just for this quilt!
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    Beautiful little thing. I love minis! Your fabric choices are perfectly scaled to this tiny wonder. Hurray for scraps! Beautiful colors too.

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