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Thread: 7,000 piece quilt.

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    Senior Member EdieClay's Avatar
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    That is absolutely gorgeous ... I can't imagine the patience that it took to cut and sew that many small pieces. Great job.

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    i love it! that is one thats on my bucket list

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    There's special homes for people as crazy as you!!!!!!!! Actually, I love it and I admire your persistence --- or stubborness!!!! Good job!

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    Wow is all I can say. WOW!

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    I can't imagine!!!

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    very beautiful. lots of hard work in this one . nice job

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    Wow!! Awesome!!

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    Please tell me how you kept all those little pieces from stretching and getting out of line when you sewed them together. Sherry

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    What a nice quilt, but oh! those tiny pieces. You must have gone to bed nights dreaming of little bitty pieces.

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    That is one charming quilt. I want to do something like that, but I have a short attention span. It would take me years to complete, as I would have to put it away often.Good job.

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    I love it!!! Someday all my scraps will be in a quilt...at least i hope!!

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    Oh my! :shock: Awesome!

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    Great googly-moogly those are some tiny diamonds!! Great job!

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    superb quilt and patience.

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    unbelievable, but I certainly do, and I sure would keep it!!!
    Fantastic and mind boggling...such patience! wow! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    oh wow. I'm speechless. That doesn't happen often. It's lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherry mcd
    Please tell me how you kept all those little pieces from stretching and getting out of line when you sewed them together. Sherry
    There were many different bias' to work with, but just sewing rows together then joining the rows stretching didn't really get to be a problem. The completed piece was a little tricky to stretch for quilting.

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    Wow! That is jaw dropping & beautiful!

    I admire your persistence in sewing 7000 pieces the size of a quarter!

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    Whew! Beautiful work but all that piecing! Big applause for you!

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    Wow, awesome quilt

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    Unbelievable....so many tiny pieces...patience and perseverance. Beautiful

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    Amazing!

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    Beautiful!

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    I am cirrently workin on similar quilt-up to 3000 squares so far!!!! Yours is fabulous

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    Great work and Wow! what patience you had. It's beautiful.

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