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Thread: My first finished item

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    nicely done
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    It is beautiful!!! You did a great job. I would never show my first one to ANYONE.
    It makes a great dog or cat cover for it's bed, LOL.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    You did a great job.
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    I think your table topper is very smart looking. i hope you get a lot of enjoyment from using it. I especially like your use of black to accent your vibrant colors.

    Linda

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    Great job and you learned a lot.

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    I think it's great. Very bright and cheerful. I'm sure on a tiring work day it brings some sunshine in! You did a nice job and I have to tell you, I LIKE the binding. Adds some interest and creativity.

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    It looks great! Try to spend more eye-time on the wonderful parts; less on the other parts ( which likely you're the only one who can see)

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    Wow that turned out great! don't be the quilt police, not even for your own quilt ... just enjoy what you do, no one else will notice anything amiss if you don't mention it.
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    well if this is your first then I see you in a quilt show soon. It is lovely, I love it. And just think how much you learned.
    We are always hardest on ourselves, don't be just enjoy the process and the outcome.
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    I think you have a very pretty table topper. Your tips meet perfectly. Very good. Keep it up.

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