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Thread: 7,000 piece quilt.

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    boy what a nice quilt you have patience of jobe

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    Wow! You did a great job 7,ooo times. That is amazing.

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    Wow! You did a great job 7,ooo times. That is amazing.

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    Oh my gosh at the work you put into that quilt. All your hard work paid off. The quilt is absolutely beautiful!!!!!

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    Now that is one charm quilt!! love all the different pieces.

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    wow

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    OMG....this is Stuning!!!! What a tremendous undertaking to do one THAT big..My hat off to you :!:

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    It's hard to fathom 7000 pieces! You must have the patience of Job! What a wonderful accomplishment! Very impressive!!

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    I love the way it turned out, but was your mom playing a little joke on you?LOL

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    I can't believe how well you were able to match each seam given how small the pieces are! I am so impressed. I am still working on perfecting my 1/4" seam, and know your quilt is one I couldn't handle yet. It is a wonderful quilt!

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    Can you hear the applause coming from Texas!!! It is beautiful and you are awesome!

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    My goodness! That is spectacular! All those little diamonds!

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    [quote=quiltingsavta]This is truely a work of art. Where do you have it hanging? I don't blame you for keeping it yourself. It's a treasure.[/quot

    I have it hanging in my diningroom just as you enter the hallway. Great conversation starter when someone new comes to my home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy6
    Wow! did you count them b4 you sewed them tog or after? I would've quit by just cutting them out!
    luckily for me I didn't count them until I was finished. I still have some in the basket, they will just stay there for now.

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    Holy Cow! That's unbelievable! Great job, beautiful quilt.

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    OMGoodness!!!! :shock: :shock: :shock: You must have a whole lot more patience than I do!!! Your quilt is fantastic, and it's quite easy to see why you want to keep it for yourself! Love it!!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I'd absolutely not let that one go!! Wow!! Great quilt. Reminds me of the scrappies my grandmother has that HER aunts made.

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    That is truly a work of art. That one should be shown to the man in Dr's office that was grumbling about quilts being made from new fabric, etc.

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    WOW!!! That is a lot of little pieces my goodness! Beautiful
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    Good grief, I would go bonkers if I made one with such small pieces. I applaude you, job well done!!

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    Very pretty, great job. Too much time and patience and time for me.

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    Oh my, that is fabulous!! I'd love to see a shot of it from across the room...nice work there!

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    Holy Cow! You have the patience of Job. Congratulations for being done.

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    7000 pieces, Big congrats, after 2 days of cutting out material, I would have given up. Your quilt is beautiful and your hard work shows.

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    Okay, I really thought this was fantastic as soon as I saw it. Now that I have seen the "scale", the quarter, I am flabergasted!. You are Wonder Woman.

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