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Thread: Red White and Blue Stars

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    Super Member Just Me...'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumbols View Post
    What mistake? Looks lovely to me. Can't wait to see it quilted.
    Me either! ROFL The quilting fairies haven't shown up, so looks like I am on my own!
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    great job looks fantastic
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    i think it is beautiful!

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    It is a beautiful quilt - I love it just as it is - it is fun to look at!

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    I think it looks awesome!! We probably would have never noticed the "glaring" mistake had you not mentioned it!

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    WOW!!! I REALLY LOVE THAT QUILT!!!!!!!! I honestly don't see ANY mistake - it looks absolutely PERFECT!!!

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    I didnt notice there was a row missing til I read the comments. I wouldnt fret about it , it looks really nice, has a scrappy charm about it and looks vintage with those fabrics! Very nice!

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    I think it looks like it's suppose to be that way. The only person that may think differently is you. I was told to use the opposite end of binoculars to pick up pattern mistakes. I don't know if you use this method but I do and it seems to work. I get tunnel vision and sometimes see what I want to see so I need all the help I can get.

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    Mistakes are always glaring to the maker. Don't think yours is any big issue. Looks like you planned it that way. It's a lovely quilt and you should be proud of your accomplishment.

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