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Thread: One of my "pieced but not quilted" quilts - finished.

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    One of my "pieced but not quilted" quilts - finished.

    This is one of the quilts I pieced while recovering from shoulder surgery. The fabric is from Connecting Threads, and the pattern is just HST.
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    Very pretty! I'm impressed you could do that. I had rotator cuff surgery the end of Dec and there was no way I could do anything for months! I've never been so bored! A couple weeks ago, I sprained the other arm's elbow so I'm still not up to speed but it's getting better every day

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    nicely done
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    Love it, just beautiful.
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    I love everything about your quilt! So fresh looking.
    Best wishes for a complete recovery.

    And orange on the back - this quilt is the best :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharoney View Post
    This is one of the quilts I pieced while recovering from shoulder surgery. The fabric is from Connecting Threads, and the pattern is just HST.
    My best is the least I can do.

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    Pretty quilt! Nice bright colors too!
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    very nice and colourful

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    It's beautiful. I love the brightness of it. It's so happy and cheerful looking. Have fun quilting, but don't over do it.
    enjoy your life...it's the only one you have!!!
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    that's beautiful! its bright cheery and very colorful. and it helped pass all those recovery hours!
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    I'm scheduled for shoulder surgery in June, doctor said no sewing for 2 months. I'll have to test that one, don't know what I would do without sewing. I admire you for sewing and the quilt is great.

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