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

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    Absolutely bright and cheerful; you must have been cross-eyed working with all those colours! It's the best scrappy quilt pattern I've ever seen. Love your motto too.
    Many ideas and desires but not enough hours in a day - I love quilting

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    Beautiful quilt. You have a lot of patience and great talent.

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    Your quilt is amazingly beautiful!! I love it. I've started cutting my scraps up into units, and even single 1.5" pieces if the scrap is small. That way, there's hardly any waste! I love BH designed quilts because we can use up even the most minute size scrap. Thanks for sharing! I bet the quilt top weighs a ton. How do you plan to quilt it?

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    Wowser! This is a fantastic effort and a beautiful quilt.
    When life gives you scraps, make a colorful happy quilt.

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    OMG this is amazing. Great colors.

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    I am sending it to a long arm quilter friend as it is too big for my midarm machine. I am going to see what she suggests. The top is so busy, detailed quilting will be lost. I am thinking a pantograph. And yes, it does weigh a lot.
    Take care of yourself, you are all you have. Janis Joplin

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    Looks great....

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