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Thread: obw...done a little different

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    obw...done a little different

    I came across the obw tutorial and fell in love. I wanted to make a quilt for my neighbor and thank him for all his help in acquiring some great vintage machines.

    I planned to do the full quilt but didn't have enough fabric but someone else (thank you for the inspiration) had posted pics of their obw done in a similar way.

    The white would of been a great place to show off some great quilting but I don't have the experience yet, in time.

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    Laura

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    Very creative use of limited fabric. It came out really nice... you should be proud!

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    Very pretty. Great job!!!
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Well done! Beautiful quilt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lori S View Post
    Very creative use of limited fabric. It came out really nice... you should be proud!
    I agree! That is fabulous & I know he'll love it! Where did you find the tutorial? I've always wanted to make a OBW & this really inspires me even more!
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    Fabulous! You did a great job!
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    That's fantastic. It's sure to make a hit. Just shows what can be done with a little imagination.

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    That is so creative. Very good looking.
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    It turned out great!

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    Beautiful, and your quilting looks great to!!!!

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