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Thread: More Geishas

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    Stunningly Beautiful!!!
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    they are all stunning...absolutely stunning!
    So many quilts, so little time :-)

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    beautiful work on your geisha girls love them
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    There is something about Japanese textiles that draws me in and you have done a fantastic job with these fabrics. Yours are gorgeous,

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    Very beautiful!

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    Beautiful work!
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    Lovely! :-)
    Rachel in Texas

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    GORGEOUS, please share where you got the pattern and what embellishments were used. I am in AWE.

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    Sorry I didn't reply sooner, having trouble getting on board. The pattern is from Seams Like Home, Geisha with
    Parasol. The designer is Joan Jones. I used gold metalic yarn couched around the edges and rouched flowers
    with ribbon that had wire edges, beads and small silk flowers in the hanging "thingees". I added extra batting
    in the face and hair area. I love doing the "girls". Have lots more in my "stash" to do.
    Thanks,
    Jodi

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    WOW! Those are gorgeous! Nice job!

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