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Thread: Will this pinwheel never end?

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    Senior Member Raine54RN's Avatar
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    Send her a play tin quilt police badge, I had to look 3 times before I saw it and I would not change it either. It is what makes it unique and yours! I'm new and just finished first top, my corners don't always meet, I see a patch or two that maybe could go in a different place, but I love it and so does the recipient!

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    Beautiful quilt, I would count the reversed block as my signature block. I too had to look a couple of times before I found it.

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    My sister tells me all the time when I mess up a square placement that that is what makes it so unique and homemade. Love it and I had to look really hard to fine it. Love the quilt and I would leave it as it is!

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    Well, it was SUPPOSED to be that way, right? Tell the SIL to stop looking for flaws!
    "A woman is like a tea bag-you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water." Eleanor Roosevelt

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    Yay! I love that you are going to "leave it". I always say that what makes it "hand made"!

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    Well I couldn't find it. had to read more of the post. It's great the way it is. Poo on sister. The pattern runs that way right!

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    I didn't see it until the location was pointed out to me. I think it is a lovely quilt and the one block out of kilter is intentional (right?).

    Cheers, K

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    I don't care what your SIL says, I think it's one of the nicest quilts I've seen!
    aka Chicken McLittle

    If it's true we learn from our mistakes, I'm going to be a genius!

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    Just pretend it was planned and leave it for grins.
    Esther

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    Awsome quilt, made my head spin though as I was trying to find the offender (fifth row, green all the way to right). If it was up to me I would fix it, good that you did not quilt it yet

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