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Thread: TRYING AGAIN WITH PICTURE

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    That is beautiful! I love those bright colors! Great job!

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    Marvelous job.

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    It beauitful definately looks like a stained glass window.

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    Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing

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    Looks great in those colours. It's Kathleen Bissett's pattern Magic Tiles, right?

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    Have always loved this pattern.... now I am going to find the time to make it..... love those colours !!!

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    WOW! That is gorgeous! I love the colors.

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    It's beautiful! How is the quilt you were working on for your daughter?
    Please show us, even if we get glimpses of parts of it. I'd love to see your embroidery!

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    nice bright colours....

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    Is that done with narrow black bias strips? It looks like a kind of "stack and whack", too, just layer the colors, cut in a wonky "tic-tac-toe", then switch out the colors?

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