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Thread: Bonnie Hunter's "Perkiomen Daydream" Omaha style

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    Very nice...thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by katiebear1 View Post
    Good Lord!!! It only took a bit over a year? Did you cut 1/12 inch strips and then sub cut them into strips? i have made one with two inch strips and that was difficult. I can't imagine using anything smaller. You mut have the patience of a Saint. LOL
    Actually from October 2014 to 2.25.15---------Oh, My, Goodness!!!!

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    I am speechless. I will try to find my jaw on the floor. My goodness this is a lot of work!

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    So very pretty! You did a great job on it!!

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    That is Awesome! Thanks for sharing

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    Very pretty and what an incredible feat!

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    very nice quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    What a wonderful quilt!! I love working with small pieces also. I have made the "Oh My Gosh " quilt and "Afternoon Delight" better put this one on my list!!!! Beautiful quilt!!!!

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    wow what a great quilt

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    Holy cow that is a ton of seams. It looks fabulous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susann View Post
    Actually from October 2014 to 2.25.15---------Oh, My, Goodness!!!!
    5 months...and I only get to sew a max of a couple of hours maybe 4 days a week. It was not that hard and being able to count as I went, helped a lot.
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    What can I say other than stunning.

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    Wow, your quilt is so amazing! Great work!

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    What are "strata"? 400 of them?

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    beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Wow that is just gorgeous
    God Bless you all.
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    Wonderful, beautiful quilt! I cannot begin to imagine working with 1" pieces and so many of them. You certainly did a great job on it!

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    Beautiful job! I, too, love sewing those cute 1-1/2" (1" finished) postage stamps.
    "I keep my end tables full of needlework and quilting so I don't have to dust them." ~ Author Unknown but I agree!

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    OMG! Well done! That is fantastic!

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    That is absolutely beautiful....(would had have said 'gorjuss' but didn't know how to spell it).
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    Oh, my. Beautiful. It would have taken me my whole life!
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    Your quilt is absolutely incredible!!!! I don't think I would of ever finished it. I love it and I wish it was mine!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodney View Post
    That looks fantastic! No way would I even attempt a project like that.
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    Holy Cow...............and you completed it in 5 months..............amazing AND it is a jaw dropper.

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    wow that is a wonderful scrappy quilt. Thanks for referencing the pattern.
    Live, Love, Laugh.......it is what it is.

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    Oh my goodness what a lot of work that took! It's amazing. Well done. You must have a lot of patience doing all that cutting and piecing.

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