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Thread: Second Try on an Art Quilt

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    really good success yahh

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    That's amazing! You did a fantastic job!

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    Great work!

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    You're doing really well on this one. Keep it up!

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    Looks great!!!

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    It is coming along well. Keep up the good work!!
    Congrats on not giving up. :thumbup:

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    Very nice!! Really the only thing to be changed was that very light mountain in your first one. You could actually paint it with fabric dye to darken it. I hope you don't abandon it completely! I do like your 2nd one very much...keep going!! Can't wait to see it finished.

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    You have arrived!!! You are a quilt artist now ............

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    You are all so kind. Thank you.

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    I like angelina fiber for light reflection. If you have fabric with really fuzzy frayed edges it makes great grass, golds greens etc velvety stuff is interesting. Fluffy yarn can work for the bushes.
    SO far it looks great ----- don't be afraid to use any kind of material you can sew.

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