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Thread: Scrappy with a Stipple (Inspired by "ranger")!

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    Great quilt!
    Cris

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    great job! i love the green in the setting triangles
    Nancy in western NY

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    very attractive!

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    Everything about your quilt is so wonderful. Great job on the machine quilting...something I have yet to master...but it looks like you have mastered it.

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    Nice quilt! I like the simple pattern. May use this for some of my scrappy donation projects. It looks fun.
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    Awww. I just love scrappies.

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    For not being a fan of Scrappies, your's is a wonderful quilt. Maybe there will be more ( scrappies)?!

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    Looks great! I like your meandering ribbon in the border. I've found that if I can keep an imaginary shape in mind while stippling, like a marble for a small stipple or a golf ball for a larger stipple, I can keep my stipples more uniform in size, not that yours aren't uniform, they look really good. Just a tip that I read about that has really been useful to me.

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    Beautiful, some child will love it, looks so bright and cheery.
    Another Phyllis
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    Beautiful quilt and you did a great job quilting. I can't stipple or feather quilt yet so I am impressed. Keep up the great work.

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