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Thread: 7,000 piece quilt.

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    woweeee

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    What a determined piecer you are. Exactly how long did it taske for all those tiny diamonds???? Very beautiful scrap quilts.
    Congrats, Kutnso

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    Man oh man, you absolutely are one powerful woman of patience. I wouldn't even attempt at something so huge and time-consuming.

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    OMG, it's beautiful. You have the patience of Job - 7,000 pieces!

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    awesome!

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    Oh my word! That quarter really put it into perspective LOL. Great job!!!

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    You've the patience of a saint..so many pieces and triangles too.. :D

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    Holy Moly! i love it! great job and kudos on your patience!

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    WOW! That is superb! Fantastic.

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    Back when those kinds of quilts were all the rage, some quilters were challenged to see how many pieces they could fit into a quilt. More powere to ya. You had more patience than I do, at least faor now.

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    i too am sewing, & sewing on a postage stamp quilt (queen size) so far 4992 blocks as of last night , i am using 2 inch blocks ,yours are smaller , they are a chore but worth it , yours is beautiful and like you i am keeping this one , :D

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    WOW, it turned out great.

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    Holy Smokes........ that's incredible !! How awesome that the fabric came from your mom, and now... you have created this amazing heirloom. You deserve a purple ribbon for your patience in sewing 7000 diamonds together..... WOW !!

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    Awesome quilt. Don't think I would have the patience for one that labor intensive. Kudos to you!

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    all i could think of was boy she's got guts. lol its gorgeous. bless your heart for being able to do tiny diamonds

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    Unbelievable! The pieces are so small. What patience and skill!

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    Wow you have a lot more patience than I have. Love it.

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    That is so beautiful! I love a scrappy quilt.

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    First of all you must have the patience of a saint! I would have given up after cutting out a couple of hundred. Great job!!!

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    wow, that's awesome!

    Susan

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    I agree! It is great and I don't blame you for making this one yours!
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    Wow, that is amazing!

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    A truly amazing quilt I would keep it too.

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    That is just amazing! Such patience and precision to line up all those tiny diamonds! I'm so impressed!!

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    Cannot believe all those little pieces sewn together. Yousaid your mom started saving all her little scraps. I sure hope she is still alive so she can see your results.

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    Oh my goodness, it is gorgeous. That's a lot of pieces, glad you are keeping it after all that work.

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