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Thread: Two hearts connecting

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    Two hearts connecting

    I never never never thought I would make something like this. My best friends daughter is getting married and I am making her the blue white and brown quilt you saw last week. Well her wedding is black and white. I contacted a lady on on this site about hers. so I googled Storm and sea and printed the free paperpiecing template and MUCH to my surprise it was Really Really easy I did some of the pieces ahead of time then put it all together on sun.
    I can't decide if I want to put a red small border around it and a bigger one after that. Still playing with it. Thanks for looking.Name:  shasha[1].jpg
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    Very different and creative, I love it, you did an awesome job piecing it.

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    It's beautiful! I think the small red border and then a larger border would frame it nicely. You could just bind it with red if you like the size it is now. I would love to have that pattern.

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    How beautiful and creative! I would put a narrow white border, then a red one. No matter what you do, they'll love it.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    very very nice

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    That is just beautiful...great job.
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    Love it and perfect wedding pattern

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    Awsome piecing job!! Very striking quilt.
    Daisydoodle
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    Beautiful Quilt!

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    Just beautiful! You did a great job on this!

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