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Thread: The Mother in Law quilt that took 12 years

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    Great things are worth the wait! That is one amazing quilt!

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    You've inspired me to try this .... you make it look so easy! Very creative, amazing, and beautiful quilt!
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    You have creative vision to see that pretty quilt in those vests! Thanks so much for sharing your lovely quilt and showing
    me what I would have missed!

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    Wow, I am so impressed that you thought to use vests for a stack n whack and it is superb.

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    Very pretty!!!!! Great use of the vest fabric.
    John Wesley's Rules for Living: "Do all the good you can, By all the means you can, In all the ways you can, At all the times you can, As long as ever you can."

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    You made that from vests How beautiful!!!!!

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    A beautiful quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bstock View Post
    I love how it turned out!! I can not believe that you only used 6 vests!!
    Oh sorry, when I decided to make it bigger I went out and got six more. At $1 a panel on clearance, I did well on cost.
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    Oh my - I am glad to hear that it truly did take a few more vest pieces. I started to think that suitcase was doing a version of the loaves and fishes! What a fabulous result, surely worth the wait.

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    That is spectacular - you definitely made great use of those vests!

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