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    Thank you for the lesson on knife edge. I had no idea what it was.

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    Thank you for the lesson on knife edge. I had no idea what it was.

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    Thank you for explaining and showing a knife edge. It looks really nice, and something I would like to try in the future.

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    I love the knife edge! I can't wait to use it. Fantastic.

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    O.K. It 's you quilt, do it anyway you like, lol. So tell me and maybe others too, just what is a knife edge please. I have never heard of that.

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    Beautiful work.. I do a lot of handwork, but mostly on the tops I have of my DGma... She left a number unfinished.. For my quilts, that we use and not just look at I use the machine..

    If I did all handwork like you do, I'd never have a quilt of my own... I'd be lucky to finish my grandma's. I love your work, it looks just perfect. I'm inspired and awed just looking at it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Not weird, never say that. Just really really talented.

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    I've never seen a quilt with no binding before. That is so nice.
    A seam ripped is my best friend!! I enjoy hand work the most and could do without the machine before I could the ripper.

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    I don't think weird is a good description. Awe inspiring might come close. Wish I had your patience

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    You are definitely more than a confident beginner which I call myself.

    We all have our own way of doing things. Weird? No, but if you are, so are the rest of us.

    You have just learned to do things more simply and pretty darn good I might add. You are happy,productive, and do beautiful handwork and that is what matters.

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    Ive never seen anything like your work before.
    Every time i see a thread posted by you, i look... just to be in complete awe of your work. I am completely amazed at how gorgeous your quilts are :D
    The detail and intricate designs are fascinating to me especially to know it is all hand done.
    I for one would like to give you a standing ovation. :D

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    How wonderful to be so talented.

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    Your quilting is beautiful and you are a very talented quilter without all of the clutter/stash, etc to bog you down. Somehow I started out with only a dream and six years later can't find anything amonst the stash/cuttes/rulers/books, etc aquired over time.

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    Talented - Not Weird

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    I use everything that you don't use and nothing you do use. LOL

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    I like your "knife edge" look. I think I'll try that on some baby quilts.

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    You are very talented and creative, not wierd.

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    Thank you so much for all your nice and friendly comments. You really encourage and inspire me to go on with my quilting work. This is what I want to do and I am very thankful that I have the possibility to do it.

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    Awesome! You are not weird--you are an individual!

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    I admire someone who is so talented to be able to do such beautiful work. You quilt like my grand mother use too, and she had some of the most beautiful quilts. I wish I had your talent. I'm only starting in this field and have so much to learn, I'm no where near being able to do it by hand. Probably never will. Your work is absolutely amazing!!!!!!!!!!!

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    you have a talent that is beyond comparson to all others. it is truly a craftmanship.Keep up the great work , Nimble Thimble
    somewhere in Southwestern Va. or East Tn. USA

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    I don't think you are weird or strange- i think you are an individual with her own God-given talents. If everyone was the same THAT would be weird.

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    Fantastic work l love it . l have never heard of knife edge finished before thank you for the info Elsie B

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    Fantastic work l love it . l have never heard of knife edge finished before thank you for the info Elsie B

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    it's nice to (do it your way)
    u do beautiful work

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