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    Absolutely loverly quilt - I especially like the borders you put on it. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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    Love that border! It really finishes the quilt. You did a great job on this quilt, both piecing and quilting.

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    Very well done! And thank you for updating us on what you did. I love your awkward floral strip, and I think your hard work has paid off!

    So, how much is left over?!!!

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    great job beautiful

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    pretty color choices that work well together..........
    With quilters for friends, I will always be warm.

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    you did such a beautiful job!! it really looks great! feels good when it finally all comes together, huh?
    A rolling stone gathers no moss

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    Very pretty, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed night
    Ellen

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    cool before and after

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    I love your quilt and you did a beautiful job using the roll of flower fabric and your stash.
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    Beautiful! The borders are so pretty and adds interest!
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    You made wonderful use of that fabric!

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    Love it...wonderful to use up what we have.

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    oh wow, great job!!!
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    When you are making do - and using the bits that might be tedious - you are making a quilt in its original form. The way our ancestors did. I like this approach and your result. Haste makes waste and you were the lucky one to find the right way to use what you have. This is a very pretty quilt!

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    Wow who would have known it would look this great,well done with your quilt, its Gorgeous.
    God Bless you all.
    Heather.

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    Great use of the jelly roll, even if it wasn't exactly the right widths. I've done that myself. Yours came out beautiful.

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    Wow, it's brilliant. Bet you've still got enough to make another quilt!!

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    Very nicely done - and oh so beautiful! Thank you for sharing...
    JO

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    Really pretty quilt!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    very pretty. I really really like your quilt.

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    Wow, makes your heart flutter to see a finish from a "what do I do with it" fabic acquisition! It's absolutely perfect what you chose!

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    Your quilt is beautiful! Thanks for sharing the photos.

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    I'd say that was a great idea - lovely quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by NanaBass View Post
    This is very pretty, I like the way the dark fabric makes the pinks pop! Nice job!
    I feel like NanaBass does
    Kittykatz
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    WOW this is beautiful. I just finished a rail fence top and I felt it needed something. After looking at yours I realize I do need to add borders. You made yours with the one jelly roll (center). Your quilt looks so cozy make me want to wrap it around me and get cozy

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