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Thread: Quilted Peach Cobbler for scrap piecing..quilted by Charisma

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    Quilted Peach Cobbler for scrap piecing..quilted by Charisma

    Remember Annette?

    I quilted these two for her a few weeks ago:

    Trade some Scrappies for some Quilting?...quilted by Charisma

    She has been busy,busy Busy piecing scrappy tops for me..and I have several to quilt for her...How she multiplied her scraps I have no idea...LOL.

    So here is her thrid..and she has a 5th done for me already? WOW!! She named this Peach Cobbler..Teh colors are a bit brighter in the pictures..it is really warm and does look like Peach cobbler. Very Yummy!
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    " A girl should be two things: Classy and Fabulous!" Coco Chanel
    www.charismascorner.com
    I quilt on my INNOVA long arm. I own an 18 & 26.

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    That is one goooood looking scrappy! I love the feather swirl in each block! Nice work ladies!

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    I can't take it anymore! Everytime I think they can't get better, they DO! This may be my absolute favorite! Absolute eye candy!
    Life has given me so much more than scraps, but I make quilts anyway!
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    I don't know about peach cobbler, but It looks very yummy! Love your design - it really enhances what was already a very cute quilt!
    Lara B.
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    Beautiful work by both of you!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fixfido View Post
    I can't take it anymore! Everytime I think they can't get better, they DO! This may be my absolute favorite! Absolute eye candy!
    EXACTLY I CANNOT tell me how this beauty inspires me! THANK YOU for sharing!!!!
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    Absolutely beautiful quilt

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    mine

    WOW, amazing, beautiful, gorgeous, awesome, fabulous, wonderfull, and MINE!!!! You are exceptional Charisma!!!! Thank you so much!!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by charismah View Post
    Remember Annette?

    I quilted these two for her a few weeks ago:

    Trade some Scrappies for some Quilting?...quilted by Charisma

    She has been busy,busy Busy piecing scrappy tops for me..and I have several to quilt for her...How she multiplied her scraps I have no idea...LOL.

    So here is her thrid..and she has a 5th done for me already? WOW!! She named this Peach Cobbler..Teh colors are a bit brighter in the pictures..it is really warm and does look like Peach cobbler. Very Yummy!

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    Very pretty! You both did a wonderful job! You never cease to amaze me!!!
    Be the best that you can be at everything you do.

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    The quilting really sets the circles off. What a great way to use scraps

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