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Thread: Quilt is finally done

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    Here is a picture of my first big sized quilt. I have learned many lessons from this and am keeping this the way it is as a reminder of what I can do and what I should remember to do. I know there may be a few people on here disappointed that i didn't rip the rows out that are not in the correct order for the diamond shape but this will be a useful reminder to not get to full of myself as I am quilting and I think it is kinda artsy anyways.
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    I agree completely that you should keep it the way it is! It is YOUR creation, and who is to say you did not design it this way? Very nice! :wink: :)

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    I agree with cnolan!

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    I agree completely that you should keep it the way it is! It is YOUR creation, and who is to say you did not design it this way? Very nice!

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    Some quilters used to put a "humility" block to keep themselves humble. Maybe yours is a humility row. :) My grandson would probably think it was a robot...everything looks like a robot to him! I think you did a very nice job with your piecing. You really are showing great progress!

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    that's gonna be one awesome couch blanket for you to snuggle with!

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    It is very gorgeous Henry, and yes, very artsy too, i didnt know the one row that was wrong...was wrong...i thought it was your intent, part of the design, shows what i know lol, your colours and fabrics are beautiful, and it looks very very nice finished, beautiful!

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    You are a fast worker Henry. I like it!! Keep up the good work!

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    Thanks Noaln and Celeste:)

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    thanks scrappin:)

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