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Thread: All buttoned up

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    Oh how lovely. i have cans of buttons waiting to be used. even some i bought to use on quilts. hmmm. i must dig in them soon.

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    fab idea to use buttons. did you do them by hand? machine?

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    The quilt is Absolutely Gorgeous and you did a wonderful job on it.

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    I like the idea of buttons...and the quilt, of course!

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    WOW - that is just beautiful - great job thanks for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Great work I have not put buttons on a whole quilt but little button items are favourites of mine

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    Awesome quilt.

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    Love it! Bet u didn't want to see a button for a while!!
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    Awesome!!!

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    Awesome, have done this many times myself. Yours looks great. Thanks for posting.

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    Great idea using the buttons............... great quilt.

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    Great idea to use buttons!
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    What a gorgeous quilt!
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    woo hoo...purty, purty, purty!!! clever too!
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    very pretty....buttons and all...guess your friend likes it since she did not send it back to you

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    Clever....clever....clever! It makes for a beautiful quilt! It accentuates the pattern and fabric design.
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    Great idea, pretty quilt with pretty buttons.
    With quilters for friends, I will always be warm.

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    Congratulations Mad, that is a very interesting pattern, love it and also your inventive way to hold all
    in place - you deserved to win this!!!!
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    I love the applique on your quilt!!!Very nice job!!! After all that applique I'm suprised you had energy enough left to put on all those buttons!!!!Nice job!!!

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    beautifully done... congrats on being the quilt of the week
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    It is beautiful

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    Beautiful quilt & neat addition with the buttons! Congrats on being featured
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    Lovely quilt - I would not have thought of adding buttons - good job!

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    I love that, what a great looking quilt, and all them buttons, WOW.
    God Bless you all.
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    You can't do that!!! It's not in my "how to quilt" book!

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