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Thread: A bushel and a peck all done.

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    A bushel and a peck all done.

    I used all the left overs for the back. I stitched in the Ditch around all the blocks, and then did diagonal quilting every 1 and 7/8 ". Thanks for looking again.Name:  IMG_2624.jpg
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    Nice quilt, great job with those apples!
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    I love your quilt! It looks beautiful and yummy too!

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    Love it!!!!!

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    love your quilt and I love apples anything I have an apple orange/yogurt smoothie every morning

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    Ah so cute!
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    ​Cute quilt and fabrics!

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    That is so cute and I love the name!

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    Wonderful quilt! Love the pattern and your fabrics!
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    i like your fabrics
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    Love it! Great colors and fabrics!

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    Very pretty! I can see this quilt at a picnic.
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    Beautifully done!
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    Very pretty
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    I love your apple quilt, I have apples in my kitchen & eating area, I have alot of apples, but not near as many that is in your quilt...LOL

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    I like this reminds me of living in Gardner NY. The place with the best apple orchards
    Create something beautiful from scraps.

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    Very cute quilt!

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    Very nicely done. Good job.

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    Cute quilt and fabric. Can see why you gave it that name.

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    Very pretty quilt.

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    Nice job and so fast.

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    It looks good enough to eat. Thanks for sharing!
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    very nice!!!!
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