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Thread: phew - look now before i mess it up quilting it! :)

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    WOW .. it looks GREAT. I bet it was tedious.

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    What a gorgeous quilt! Your stepson is one lucky young man.
    ~Tiffany

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    wow gorgeous.

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    How pretty!

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    thanks ladies!
    i have some of this bias tape. thought about it, but the leading is different widths and i wanted to be really careful with this one.

    i have the rocks in the bottom right corner and i'm ready to start quilting!

    *biting nails* - :shock:

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    All I can say is "WOW" ... It is stunning...

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    Wow! It's just gorgeous. Son and DIL will LOVE it. Good job and thanks for sharing.
    Feathers

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    Very nice, I did that one as well. I fussy cut one waterfall section out to put behind the leading.....very easy way to make a beautiful wallhanging. :)

    Good Job. :)

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    WOW! I love it. What do you use & how do you do the lead strips?

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    there's a pattern to trace on fusible web. then i used black kona cotton. it went faster than i thought it would. the hard part is moving it around after you've cut all of the panes out. it's pretty flimsy.

    thanks for the compliments ladies!

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