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Thread: red and white quilt and dress challenge

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    Super Member tatavw01's Avatar
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    red and white quilt and dress challenge

    Here I posted two challenge from guild 1st red and white and 2nd a dress challenge
    the title of the red and white is "Garden of Threads" and the dress one is Esmeralda"
    Thanks for looking
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    WOW! Those are two fantastic quilts. Very unique.

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    Incredible. Beautiful.

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    Love the red and white! They are both beauties and you did a great job!

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    both quilts are so pretty, love the dress

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    Oooh, I love what you've done. How creative you are. Peggy
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    Dang you're good! Your threadwork in 'Garden of Threads' is great and I love that it looks like vines attached to a trellis in the garden. Your binding choice was right on and the piece has nice lower left to upper right motion, too...not easy in a seemingly random arrangement. What size is it?

    I'd love to know some of the techniques you used for 'Esmeralda' if you'd care to share. Bubble wrap to print the red dots maybe? Her face is wonderful...so innocent...and her hat is to die for! Well done, both of them. Very impressive.
    The Earth without art is just "Eh".

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    I hope you won. They are truly wonderful.
    Jojos Nana, Carol

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    Fantastic.
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    Very pretty. I don't know where over the rainbow is, but you've done a beautiful job there.

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