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Thread: My sorry attempt at a mini-bargello

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    I was inspired by Eddie to give this a whirl, so I'm blaming it all on him..........working with some of these tiny pieces was so much harder than I anticipated.....If you don't look too closely it looks ok......Now for the quilting....

    Of course, now that the picture is up I can see where I sewed one whole strip upside down. Oh well.......Apparently I'm going to have one backwards thing per quilt....
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    Never apologize for challenging your self. I like it. Can't wait to see the finish ;-)

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    I think it looks wonderful...great colours and everything looks very well matched up to me. Well done, don't forget to show us when you have finished.

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    There are no mistakes. Only learning experiences. We need to push our self out of the comfy little boxes. It's how we grow. I need to post my snowman quilt I make. It's a quilt only the maker of the quilt could love. :lol: Yes, I was living outside of my box. :lol: By the way your quilt is very cute. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I think it looks just fine. Finish it and love it. You did a great job.

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    Not-so-sorry to me, I like it. I can see no mistakes.
    I am challenging myself with a stack and whack class.
    So I know where you are coming from.
    Please be encouraged that you Did it, you Completed it, and
    we love all love it.
    worry about the quilting tomorrow. :-D
    Karen

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    I, too think you did great! If it were mine I would make no apologies! It is wonderful!

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    Hi, BK! This looks great, just looks like you got turned around there in one place. Do you have a seam ripper? It should only take just a few minutes to rip that row out and flip it around the other way.

    Your colors are really nice in this, I like anything that uses blues and yellows together like that. How big is the whole thing?

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    I think it looks terrific!

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    FABULOUS!!!!!!! GREAT JOB!

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