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Thread: After completing Xmas Presents-This one is for Me

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    very nice, my granddaugher would love that, so I guess I need to get busy huh?

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    double WOW!

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    That is beautiful, good job.

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    Man, I am officially IMPRESSED!

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    It's just absolutely gorgeous!

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    That is beautiful. I have this pattern and have been meaning to do it, was it hard?

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    Holy cow is that stunning!

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    Awesome!

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    That is beautiful.

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    That is gorgeous!

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    You are very talented! That's beautiful :D

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    Beautiful - I love horses as well, I think they are such a regal animal and your wallhanging does that justice.

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    Stunning! Your love for horses comes out in your quilting.

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    Oh wow! Its absolutely stunning! Is there a pattern for it? I really love the horse, he is gorgeous!

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    oh my goodness!!! I can feel the wind from here! beautiful, beautiful...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gina_D
    All I can say is "WOW"! Fantastic!
    Ditto!! Beautiful

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    OMG, that is amazing! Fantastic work! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Gorgeous!! I love it :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by twospoiledhuskies
    I love horses (have had them most my life). I had to make this as it looks just like my friend's stallion.

    I did quilt this one myself. It is hard to see but it has apples (some have bites in them ) on the border.
    Ijust bought this pattern...I'm not sure my talent is up to the task! LOL Your's is absolutely stunning. Where did you get the fabric may I ask, or did you buy the kit? So few actually pretty horse patterns out there. I had a buckskin just like the one in this quilt/wall hanging when I was a girl!

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    Wow that is so awesome!!!!!!!!

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    Very nice. :thumbup:

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    I love it. I want that one...............

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    Was this hard to do? I was going to get the pattern but not sure what they mean by picture piecing.

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    Hi, No it's not hard. This is raw edge applique. It's sort of like paint by number. You could do it I'm sure :thumbup:

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    I do alot of raw edge applique and have lots of batiks. The majority of the fabric came from my stash. That said, I think I bought most of the fabric when I lived in California.... so I've had it a while. I know if you try to get a kit - it will have different fabric. I love this - glad you did to :D

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