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Thread: Cheater Print Quilted by Becky

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    NICE job. Sewing and quilting.
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    You did a great job on the quilting.

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    Love the vibrant colors. Great job piecing and quilting.

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    Looks great! Thanks to your quilting, I, too, would have never guessed it was a "cheater" cloth.

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    I love the look of the continous curves. I recently saw it demoed and will use in the future. It adds a lot to the quilt.

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    Fantastic quilting! You have made a faux cathedral windows from the look of it. Nice quilt too
    Heather
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    Looks great to me - lovely quilting

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    great quilt!!

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    WOW.. The picture of it hanging outside really puts it in perspective. Fabulous

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    Looks great!
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    Your quilting really brought this quilt to life! Love it!

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    Gorgeous quilting!!!
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    Very pretty. I love the quilting design.
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    What a gorgeous quilt, can't tell it's cheater print!
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    Wow! This turned out to be just beautiful! Kudos!

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    You were so right. The continuous curves really make the quilt. Never would have guessed from the pics that it's a "cheater."

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    Well when you quilt it that nice, it's no longer a cheater then, is it? LOL!

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    If you had not told us it was a cheater quilt, we would not have known! I just finished a top for my DH with 5" blocks sewed together and it looks just like that one! I did not put a border on his though and put striped binding on it for the hem. It turned out beautiful. I know she will be happy with the result of it after you finished the quilting. I wish I had had his done with the curves the way you did, it just sets it off. Good job quilting it! Thanks for sharing it with all of us.
    Bootsie

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    Wow that is spectacular. Amazing what a few curves can do for a quilt. Wonderful job quilting.

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    Lovely! The quilting is just right! Glad she liked it.


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    Wow Becky, what a great idea. It is lovely.

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    Oh, this turned out great!!

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    your quilt is amazing I love the colors )
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    Beautiful with great quilting.
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    wow you did lovely quilting great job
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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