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Thread: Remember those BOMs?

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    Power Poster amma's Avatar
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    I love it! :D It makes me smile and feel happy :D :D :D

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    Great quilt!
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    WOW! Great job!

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    Great job!!! Great colors!!

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    Very special quilt! Nothing wrong with happy colors!!

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    Great job!........:-)

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    Love it!! :D

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    I absolutely love it!! the brighter the better!!

    Lisa

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    Thank you everyone! I truly appreciate your comments. I'm with Lisa with the "more color" attitude. I've decided this has to be considered a "Picnic quilt." No way is anyone going to be able to sleep under this. I think it might cause nightmares! :lol:
    I sure enjoyed watching this quilt evolve. It made me smile every time I'd walk into the sewing room. It was fun to work on! My sister-in-law thinks I should use the scraps to make the backing. I'm leaning more towards a polka-dot back. Time will tell!

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    What a neat setting idea for your blocks. A truly one of a kind quilt--and so bright and cheery!!

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