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Thread: Alaska Labyrinth Quilt

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    Your quilt is so amazing! Thanks for sharing.
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    Truly a work of art and a treasure for those young people.

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    The quilt is beautiful. I lived in Alaska for 14 yrs. and loved it.
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    nice, love the borders

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    Beautiful. Great work.
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    Beautiful quilt!! Love it!!

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    That is an amazingly beautiful creation. I'm sure it will be treasured always.
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    This is beautiful. Awesome job Would love to see it in real life. I've done Labyrinth but your additions are spectacular. What a lucky couple.

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    This is just one great quilt. It is so interesting with the some culture and the natural beauty the area encompasses. Besides being a well done quilt, that element makes it as special as special gets. So much of your work captures my interest.
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    Great job on your part! And, great for the world having two new teachers. It's always interesting & you really do make a difference in the world. I taught for 27 years and never felt like it was work - it was a joy!

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    Beyond beautiful! Magnificent!
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    Beautifully done.

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    Wow! That is beautiful and so symbolic!

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    That is absolutely beautiful

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    Beautiful quilt.

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    Great job. Love the braided sides.

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    You have made a real treasure and something I know they will cherish. How proud you should be of your accomplishment as well as you clearly are of your family! Hugs and smiles.
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    that quilt is OVER THE TOP!
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    What a beautiful quilt! You did a fantastic job.
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    I love the quilt.

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    Wonderful interpretation of this quilt pattern. It is beautiful in every respect. I really appreciate personal interpretation of generic patterns. To make it just like the picture on the package is great on one hand but being able to go beyond takes your quilt making to a new level.

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    Of course they love it, it is beautiful. Your thought and time made it an outstanding tribute to them.

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    Wow - just beautiful!

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    That is a beautiful quilt. Congratulations to your family on their graduations.
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    Good for you and for them! The quilt has so many symbols that reflect their accomplishments. I know they will treasure this!

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