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Thread: Oklahoma Journey

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    Junior Member Campbell34's Avatar
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    Appliqued and stippled on a 440 QE
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    Wow!!!!! Very nice. I like it.

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    wonderful job, congrats!

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    It's beautiful.

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    Its wowwwwwwwwwwwwww i liked your tericiwas color withe brown and all spices blend well :lol: :thumbup:

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    How pretty! Love your colors!!

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    Very pretty. That blue just pops out.

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    I have to confess that I did not pick out the colors They were provided by Hoffman Fabrics, The project is from a block by the month called The Journey, My husband spotted a quilt that was displayed on the wall at the quilt shop in Shawnee Okla and asked me if I could make this for our Kingsize bed, Ofcourse!!! I told him, like it would be nothing to put together, Took me almost a year to put it together because I made everything bigger , but now we have to wait until the weather cools down in order to sleep under it, Still in the high 80's and low 90's during the day here in the Arizona Desert, but I'm already to start another one , can't let that sewing machine sit idle, Right now I am adding sleeves to three quilts for our local quilt show here,

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    very stricking

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    Very pretty quilt.You done great with the colors.your just a busy little beaver arn't you.

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