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Thread: A vintage Double Wedding Ring (DWR) for a friend -- quilted by Dee

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    Super Member feline fanatic's Avatar
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    Awesome job on this! I can just imagine trying to get this on the rack. I love the motif you used in the diamond.

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    WOW! Love the quilt. It is absolutely gorgeous!
    Patchwork Crazy!!!

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    And the cost of quilting it? I hope more than 25 cents!!! Your work and the original quilt piecer is stunning!
    Mavis

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    The quilt is beautiful!

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    absolutely beautiful. I would love to come across something like this. Your quilting is amazing..what kinda of thread did you use?
    SUEB

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    Thank you everyone!!!

    Suebee -- I used MetroEmb Thread. It's an economical poly thread....in a zillion colors. It has a sheen to it. Check it out....www.metroemb.com
    Dee


    "A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing." by George Bernard Shaw

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    You did a beautiful job. Keep up the good work. Nice feeling when you know it is all your own work. Georgette

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    I was just catching up on 'looking' and found your quilt! I can't believe that some one would have put that in a garage sale for .25...even 20 years ago! I have been looking at your close up photos of the fabrics...what great fun to just sit and look! You did a really glorious job of quilting it. I hope the little lady that sewed the top is looking down and smiling that now her quilt is FINALLY done! Enjoy!

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    What a beautiful job of quilting you did on that wonderful quilt. Am sure it's much appreciated

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    It is so beautiful, I cant imagine letting something like that go. Im sure they weren't aware of what a treasure it is. You have enhanced it and made it perfect. Enjoy!

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