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Thread: Texas Wildflower OBW

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    Yeah, Cutie, you miniature queen you. How big were the strips for the landscape quilt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    WOW :shock: Those are gorgeous!!! Good Job :D :D :D

    Thanks Amma. They certainly are bright! :P :P

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    When I look at the stacks of triangles, I want to start singing 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall! ROFL

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    Beautiful. I love it. Amd that is saying somthing since I don't care much for OBW

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    ummmm, do you really want to know?

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    Wow! Those are gorgeous! How big is this one going to be? I love Micheal Miller prints.

    Now I'm going to be singing 99 bottles of beer on the wall everytime I work on mine. :x

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    Yes, Cutie I do want to know.

    Thanks Bonbon. I love the fabric you used, it is so pretty!

    98 bottles of beer........

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    Okay, you asked for it, they are 1 3/4 " which makes about a two inch block.

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    Wow!! That's the first OBW I've really liked--I think because of the variety in color. That fabric looks familiar... do I have that? If so, I haven't used it yet.

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    Thanks, Karla. Like I said, it certainly is bright! :shock:

    Cutie, I think I have a headache just thinking about triangles that small!

    Kwhite, I know you're just saying that 'cause you love me! :wink:

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