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Thread: Twenty-five hours of quilting!

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    Smile Twenty-five hours of quilting!

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Size:  98.9 KBActually it's 25+1/2 hours but who's keeping track! It took 9 bobbins of sew fine thread. Used Glide for the top in a few colors. Two layers of batting. Hobbs 80/20 on bottom and because the top is white, I choose a white 6 oz poly. Love how it all turned out. I'm in the process of sewing the prairie points on now. Then there are buttons to be sewn on. So looking forward to sharing this with my quilt quild. It will be interesting to hear everyone's comments. I am thrilled with my winter project finished just in time for spring!

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    WOW...........Beautiful and Amazing!!!
    Got-to Love those Dachshunds!!!!!


    Quilters STITCH Together!!

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    Twenty five hours and gorgeous you mean!! WOW...
    RedGarnet222

    "Take your needle, my child, and work at your pattern ... It will come out a rose by and by. Life is like that ...one stitch at a time, taken patiently."
    *Oliver Wendell Holms

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    Beautiful!

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    And worth every minute! It's fabulous. Congratulations.

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    It's lovely, the colours are so cheerful. Thank you for sharing it with us x

    Do you mind me asking if it's a pattern or your own design?

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    Purchased the quilt "garden quilt" as a kit from keepsake quilting. designed by amy bradley at www.amybradleydesigns.com It was a $200 kit so it took me a few months to decide to spend that much $$. It was my winter project. finished just in time for spring. I have designed my own patterns but have no problem with someone else's designs when they are as adorable as this one is!

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    Fabulous job! Welcome to the board. I look forward to seeing much more of your work.

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    Adorable! and fabulous quilting! I am sooooo not worthy LOL.
    QuiltingVagabond aka Kathy

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    Absolutely outstanding!!!!

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