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Thread: Bunnies in 1930's Fabrics

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    adorable!!!

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    Too cute.

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    That is adorable...

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    How cute, and especially like how they are all different.

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    That is just too precious. I love it. I'm thinking the simpler the better. You always do such pretty quilts and really know how to use color.

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    I love it. I love the 30's fabric. Real cute.

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    I just love it.

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    Oh my! That is a darling quilt!

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    I ordered the book from amazon when I saw this quilt. I hope it comes soon. I have a lot of 30's fabric saved to do something special- this is it.
    Thanks for showing this pretty quilt.
    Cheryl

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    Cute quilt.

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    Darcy Ashton's books are great for easy appliques. I have the one on bunnies, Darling Little Dogs and Aquatic Creatures. All fun and easy for someone, like me, who doesn't have lots of time.

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    I absolutely love this. I have to make this one. Bunnies are my favorite appliqued and in the yard, just so darn cute. We had a nest of babies in a flower bed around a tree in my front yard a few yrs. back. I had creeping phlox in there. It was just starting to get dark and we were setting at the kitchen table and just happen to see the baby bunnies coming out. There were 7 of them. Then here came the Momma to feed them. You talk about cute. This happended every night for about 3 weeks and then they were gone. Scattered every where. I wish that I had a movie of this but I only have it in my mind. I hope you didn't mind listening to me rattling but just had to share this with you. Thx Lura

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    cute!

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    Cute bunnies! I'm a fan of Darcy's books, too. I have two of them, but haven't done any of the projects yet. Just like looking at them. Learning to applique is on my to-do list.

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    Love it!

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    Beautiful quilt.

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    I love this, You have done a great job.

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    What a great quilt! Thanks for sharing and I am definitely going to look for your books!

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    You are very talented!

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    Really cute.

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    I've never wanted to make an Easter quilt, but I do now.

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    I have fallen in love with this quilt!! You all are sooo talented and Im envious of your talents.

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    so cute!!!!!!!!!

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    OMG ... You are the Darcy!! Just last month I ordered 3 more of your books (Grandmas Bunnies, Aquatic Creatures, and Beautiful Big Dogs)and you even autographed them! Your appliques are also great for redwork or bluework, which I also love doing. Had previously bought the two Claire's Cats (Vol 1 and 2) books at the quilt show in Madison last year. The books/patterns are fantastic!!

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    That is one nice quilt. I love bunnies. I especially think you did a great job on the button stitch. Perfectly spaced.

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