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Thread: Two other examples

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    Sure! Just posted pics of the Christmas stockings.

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    I'll be sure to look at them.

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    I love the one with the butterfly. I had a tear in the fabric when I first started quilting (I didn't sew close enough to the 1/4) and it pulled when I started quilting. So I took a small bumble bee applique that you'd put on a childs dress and covered the hole. Used black yarn to make swirls like a bee in motion and no one was the wiser. Except for you now. And the hundreds of people who will read this. LOL Beautiful job. I bet your Grandmothers so very proud.

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    Great job!!!!

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    Good work. Using the butterfly is not cheating. It is intelligent design.

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    [quote=Feathers]Henry:
    Your work is wonderful! You will get better with each project and with each project you'll be surprized at how much you learn. I've been quilting about 6 years and I'm not what I consider a good quilter yet but I keep striving for greatness. :lol: It may not happen but in the journey I'm making some nice gifts! :wink: I also want to comment on your desire to continue the quilting tradition in your family. We live in such a fast moving, electronic world it's wonderful to hear that someone WANTS to preserve the "old" ways. Keep up your great work.

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    Amen to this post. You are the very first man I have ever heard liking purple ... its my fav too

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