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Thread: 1st try at Cologe Quilt WIP

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    1st try at Cologe Quilt WIP

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Size:  155.8 KBNow to chose the background fabric and appliqué is.

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    very nicely done
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    That's going to be very cute.

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    This is great work! I love it!
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    Wow, that's really nice!!!

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    I really like this one alot
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    Oh my, this is your first attempt??? Wow. Your Bossie has a great personality that shines right through to the viewer. Great job.

    And your shoes look great too! Ha!

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    I hope I don’t mess her up as my appliqué talent is non existent as in I have never done it. First time for everything. Will post a picture when it is done.

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    Thanks, I love my Bessie and my boot. Every girl needs red shoes

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    How cute! Though its not a technique I want to adventure in, I admire those that have an eye for these. Nice choice of fabrics.

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    Love it. BrendaK
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    Nice job! I especially like your fabric selections and the horns are a hoot! I have a pattern for horses can't seem to get past thinking about how to pick the fabrics!

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    That's great. DId you just find a picture of a cow and go from there? I have a Betsie, and while I don't really love her because she is a bit sassy I do still enjoy having her.

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    Excellent, I really like it. Thank you for sharing.

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    Great job.
    Are you going to go over each seam or do an all-over meaner or ????

    Watson

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    Wonderfully done...I love the fabrics in your moo.
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    Very nice. Love the colors.

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    Moo!! That's sweet.

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    That is awesome.such personality!
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    You did a great job!

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    I love her. What a great job you did. I am trying to talk myself into doing a collage quilt
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    Pretty looks like fun to make
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    That's great!!
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    Love your fabric choices!

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    That is precious.

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