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

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

    I just got this quilt off the machine. My BFF found this top at an estate sale over 20 yrs ago -----for (drum roll)... $.25 --- that's 25 CENTS!!!! It was hand pieced......and had a LOT of issues. I was able to finally get it to lay flat, though I think it has a record number of "pleats" to get it to lay flat. I'll be tacking those down and binding it in the future. It's about 80 x 90" or so. I LOVED doing this -- the fabrics were beautiful! Oh -- this is all freehand.....no computer .....
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    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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    Gorgeous!!!
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    Wow...I hope whoever made that quilt did some haunting..25cents??? Your quilting is beautiful!

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    Really is beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Beautiful quilt and you did a great job finishing this. To think she paid a quarter for it. Your friend is going to love it.

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    I love this quilt and am so glad it found a deserving home. How sad that all that work was sold for 25 cents.

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    wonderful job you did on this precious quilt.
    will quilt 4EVER

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    A lot of hours and dedication went into this top -- and your caring takes it to the next level....may you slept well under this for years to come.

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    What a nice gift.
    Mean people are really just sad people. They hurt others because they are hurting. Every person is born beautiful, and much of the ugliness in others was put inside of them by other hurting people.

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    Love the fabrics and your quilting too!

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