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Thread: Batiks, Batiks....

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    gorgeous!!

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    Love it, looks wonderful.

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    Awesome Quilt

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    that is awesome.machine quilting is not cheating.I am sure they would have done it if they had the technology back then

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    Love it Debbie!!

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    Hey don'y feelllllll guiltyyyyyyy if I could afford to cheat my quilts I would toooooooooo lols

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    Beautiful quilt, is not cheating!

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    yOUR MATERIAL IS EXQUISITE................ LOVE IT!

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    It is stunning! I love the color combinations you chose. As for the "cheating" - if it makes the quilt more beautiful and gets it done in this decade - why not?

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    Love it and batiks!!!

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    Wow this is a beautiful quilt! Love your work Debbie.

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    It is stunning! (So was your previous black and red...)

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    Wow...love the color. Great job.

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    That is beautiful/

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    I don't consider it cheating at all! It turned out lovely by the way...love it!

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    Beautiful quilt

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    Debbie....those batiks made those circles really POPPED !
    You have a very talented hand at making quilts too....i couldn't attempt to make those circle match the points or not pucker up either, so what im saying is this is Beautiful :thumbup:

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    Beautiful ! Love it :)

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    Had to look when I saw the word BATIKS. My stash is 75% batiks and 25% other....and when I mean other, it's never capitalized, lol.

    I LOVE your quilt....it's so very pretty.....!!!!

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    That is flat-out gorgeous! I am slowly collecting enough of special fabrics to do a quilt of each: batiks, civil war, and the 30's feedsacks. Love them all!

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    I am fortunate to have a LAQ I can afford and I let her do my big quilts. Lap quilts and kid quilts I do myself but when they get past twin size, off the the LAQ they go.
    Your quilt is beautiful. Enjoy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debbieumphress
    I am going to put them aside for a while and make something different. I love batiks but am getting too many. I am working on a civl war one now. But I love the colors in this one and the longarm quilting she did for me. Saved me from handquilting but they make me feel like I cheated. LOL
    Great job on the curves-------------and the composition.

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    Lovely quilt.

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    I really like this quilt.

    ...And just how exactly can you have too many batiks? lol

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    Wow that is so very beautiful.

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