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Thread: My teal and black insanity quilt top.

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    You did great. That is such a neat design. It just screams for strip piecing though. Now that you've done it the old way, you can put that in the past and keep up with the here and now!! I love the colors and fabrics.

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    What a lovely quilt top! Please finish it and then show it off -- its gorgeous! We quilters are WAY too hard on ourselves....we should just enjoy what we make. Your work is wonderful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LynnVT View Post
    Wow. It looks good to me. Though I can't imagine why you set yourself a challenge like that in the first place. Isn't life difficult enough? The colors really work together, so just quilt it, bind it, and move on to something easy!
    no kidding!!

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    Oh wow, that's wonderful!
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    Very nice job!

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    Your determination is as awesome as your quilt! Great job!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    looks great from here. can't see mistakes from a moving horse>

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    you did an excellent job

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    I like it and truly appreciate the time it took you to do this the "old fashioned way." Makes us appreciate our modern conveniences!
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    Beautiful quilt, can't imagine doing it the way you did. You are brave!

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