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Thread: Second attempt.

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    Moderator QuiltnNan's Avatar
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    they are both great.
    Nancy in western NY

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    Your quilts look wonderful. You do great work, keep at it.
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    You did a great job! Thanks for posting.

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    both quilts are very nice

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    I'm not sure I would tackle either of those quilts and I have made a lot of quilts! I admit I like a faster turn around time and rarely take time to do such beautiful piecing.

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    Samplers are great learning quilts and yours is just fine. Your second "attempt" is just awesome! Keep quilting ...

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    well i think they are nice just keep at it!!!
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    Way to hard on yourself, both quilts are wonderful.

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    they both look great, don't be too critical, just enjoy the process. the more you do the more confidence you will gain, but your work is wonderful

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    You should be proud of yourself, both quilts are beautiful!
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