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Thread: Checkerboard Flowers BOM

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    Super Member Podunk Princess's Avatar
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    Absolutely beautiful! Your quilt turned out great and the detail is amazing. Good job!!!
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    So very, very nice! Yes, please do post a photo after you wash it so we can all see the pinked edges all frayed. Interesting idea. And I love the checkerboard sashing/bordering.
    When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, "I used everything you gave me". Erma Bombeck

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    it's very beautiful! Looks like it took a long time to make. Good for you!

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    Absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!
    Thanks for the close up picture, love the detail
    Tammy

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    Flowers are beautiful on quilts and you did it so well. I'm making a quilt where the pieces are sewn on about a quarter inch from the raw edges, then to be washed for fraying. It's called French Roses by Heather French. Very easy pattern and I'm doing it as a Quilt-As-You-Go. Thanks for the close up shot of the pinking. I may try that on another quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolynW View Post
    Flowers are beautiful on quilts and you did it so well. I'm making a quilt where the pieces are sewn on about a quarter inch from the raw edges, then to be washed for fraying. It's called French Roses by Heather French. Very easy pattern and I'm doing it as a Quilt-As-You-Go. Thanks for the close up shot of the pinking. I may try that on another quilt.
    I have that pattern. I saw it made up in a quilt shop and it was very pretty.

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    WOW ... Worth every hour.

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    Beautiful and can see why it took you so long to finish. There's a lot of time and love in it. After you wash it and the edges fray I'd love to see another picture of it.
    Kim

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    A beautiful quilt

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