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Thread: Vintage quilt top #7 made into a quilt

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    RatherB Quilting's Avatar
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    Mrs. Senter was quite a quilter wasn't she? You did a beautiful job Eddie.

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    Ohhh! I love the backround fabric. Looks lovely Eddie :thumbup:

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    Another beautiful restoration Eddie.

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    Love the quilt top and the history!! And you did a great job on the quilting!! :D

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    Another stunning quilt Eddie!!!
    Thank you for sharing it and the history with us :D:D:D

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    It's beautiful. Another wonderful rescue. Thanks for sharing that beauty

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    Great quilt.. always a joy to look at your work

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    Eddie, the vintage quilts you get to quilt are wonderful. I wish I had some friends with old quilt tops. Do you have a job? You seem to produce a quilt a week!! I am retired but between the honey do's and the yard work I only have time to quilt in the evening. So it takes me while to complete a quilt but I hand quilt and this takes time. I love you quilting. Glenn

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    Yes, still working 40 hours per week at my day job. :) My quilting time is in the evenings and on weekends. But then again, this is pretty much my only hobby.

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    It's a beautiful quilt Eddie. Just love the bright colors and the quilting.. great job.

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