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Thread: Victorian Ladies - Appliqued, Dimensional- Hair Thread Painted.

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    Smile Victorian Ladies - Appliqued, Dimensional- Hair Thread Painted.

    I love old things. I am intrigued by the Civil War Era. Several years ago I decided to incorporate some Victorian Ladies into a quilt. Hope you like them.
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    Beautiful ladies!
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    I Love those ladies. Nice job! Do you have a pattern?
    Mary

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    How very sweet your ladies faces are. I love this quilt very much. You did a great job on it.
    RedGarnet222

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    I didn't have a real pattern..Had some civil war books, and it allowed you to use there pics..So, I made patterns from them.

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    Wow, what a really neat quilt!!Beautiful...

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    Lovely ladies; great job.
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    Beautiful job. I have a big collection of these ladies that I bought years ago at a quilt market. Maybe I will put them in the for sale thread..

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    Oh my goodness, what fabulous work! Love it!
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    can't see the first few, but the others are wonderful
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