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Thread: 7,000 piece quilt.

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    Beautiful and patience of every saint. Better put it in your will to a very deserving person.

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    A very beautiful scrappy quilt. What a challenge but worth it. Love the quilt

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    That's amazing. Beautiful too.

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    I hope you were sewing with a machine and not by hand. Wow. That is a lot of tiny pieces. You have a lot more patience than I do. It's definitely a keeper - you've put so much work into it and deserve to keep it.

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    Magnificent :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

    I have done 5000 piece jigsaw puzzles, but can't imagine a quilt with 7000 pieces.

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    Are you still speaking to your mom?!! It's beautiful! I think this is what is meant by the "patience of Job".

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    What a challenge. I had planned to do that with 10,000 different pieces of fabric, but have chickened out. Just not into that much work, I guess. I admire you for doing it with diamonds!!!! Beautiful quilt.

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    Gorgeous! What is the total size of the quilt?

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    That is beautiful! What patience!!!

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    nice....

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    O M G what a quilt! What patience you must have. I admire your determination.

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    Beautiful!!!! 7000!! Wow!

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    wow wow. What a lot of work. Brilliant

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    Beautiful Quilt!

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    I can definately understand why you kept this one. It is beautiful.

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    Holy Moly! That is beautiful and special!

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    That's a lot of little pieces! You have more patience than I have. But.... It is one amazingly beautiful quilt. Enjoy!

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    WOW! That is beautiful! I love making scrappy, but cannot even imagine tackling this one. Super job of cutting and cutting, and cutting, and then sewing and sewing, and sewing some more. WONDERFUL! I don't blame you for keeping this one!

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    Yep, it's a keeper, that's for sure!!

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    7000 pieces, wow!! Beautiful!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljorange
    Gorgeous! What is the total size of the quilt?
    This quilt is 72 inches by 96 inches. Worked on it off and on for a year. It was sewed together by machine. It will be one of a kind, my next small piece quilt will be squares.

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    Wow!

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    wow great work

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    What a wonderful quilt. I live in Marion, IA, do you belong to the EIHQ guild? Shirley

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    OMG...your quilt brings new meaning to "a labor of love"...it looks wonderful-fantastic job!

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