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Thread: Class I took a few summers ago

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    Class I took a few summers ago

    This one was so much fun and much easier than I would have guessed - Each square is quilted separately (even the ones including parts of the tulip)

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    That’s pretty! It looks like it was fun to make.

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    Looks like you passed the class with flying colors! Tulips & poppys are one of my favorite flowers. That's a great piece you made.

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    Wow. Great job. And what a clever idea.....I like how the tulip is integrated - instead of appliqued on. It's very pretty.

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    wow, looks great
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    How nice! I bet you enjoyed attending that class.
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    That looks very effective. I like the idea of quilting each square separately.

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    Great work...I adore tulips!
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    I like the idea of quilting the various parts. Very interesting project.

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    Amazing piecing and quilting! Love it.

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    The colors and fabrics are wonderful. You are such a great artist.

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    Can you tell me the designers name for this class? I would love to make this for my sister. Thanks.

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    Very nice. The Tulip quilting is perfect.

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    What a terrific quilt! It looks like a fun technique. How big is it? Is it something you would consider doing again?

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    well done! very artful and pretty

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    The quilt looks great and the quilting pops!

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    Pretty quilt! It looks like a fun technique to add definition to the quilting.

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    Nice work and turned out very pretty.

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    Pretty tulip quilt

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    Thanks all! I’ve been meaning to make another similar one but some how just too many other quilts I want to tackle!����

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    You do amazing work!!!!!!!

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    That method of quilting sure looks good on this quilt.

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    This is way cool!! Beautiful work..
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    What a pretty quilt and amazing how the quilting came together!!

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