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Thread: Wall hanging for late summer

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    Super Member boxerlady's Avatar
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    Wall hanging for late summer

    Made this for use during the late summer/early fall. I'm trying to make some seasonal wallhagings to change out throught the year.
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    Nice quilt.

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    That is very pretty.
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    It's quite unique. I love it.

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    Very pretty. It looks almost 3-dimensional.

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    i love how the center makes it look see through
    Nancy in western NY

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    Very nice, good job
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Very, very nice. Great job.

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    Great choice for a 'seasonal' quilt.

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    Very pretty!
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