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Thread: 'This is for the Coach!'

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    Super Member Janstar's Avatar
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    This is the original fabric for my 'Tiger Tails' OBW.

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    Love that fabric but then I like cats of all kinds anyway ;-)

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    I can't wait to see the quilt :D:D:D

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    OBW quilt that goes with the tiger fabric.

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    wow... that's amazing

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    Great fabric.

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    Very nice - always amazing the fabrics choosen for the OBW and how they turn out. Love it.

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    Oh..I love how that turned out

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    That's gorgeous!

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    Very nice!

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    wow what a wonderful quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janstar
    This is the original fabric for my 'Tiger Tails' OBW.
    Thank you so much for posting. Love the finished product. Never would have thought this material would make your quilt. I need to waLK THE lqs'S WITH THE MIRROR!!!!

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    That is beautiful. It's totally amazing the different looks one can get from a piece of fabric. I love yours and would not have considered that piece for OBW. Great job.

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    Wow Jan that is beautiful! I love the spinning tiger tails in the lower right section especially! And your block of original fabric - I remember I copied that idea in my dog one last year. Brilliant!

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    What nice designs that fabric makes. You did an awesome job.

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    Jan, You've turned out another spectacular OBW! I am so impressed. Just one question - do you ever sleep? I just may have to make one - some day.

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    Beautiful quilt!!

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    that is so pretty! My question, how do you decide the layout pattern?

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    Lovely!

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    That is a great OBW. I really like how you clustered like colors together. I've noticed that seems popular. I would have scattered them around and it would have looked like giant polka dots.

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    Just super! I love how you fuzzy cut in a tiger! Great quilt.

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    how great

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    OBW's totally amaze me!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D:D
    You did a wonderful job!!

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    One of these days I am going to HAVE to learn how to sew hex's together! I only know squares, and these OBW's on here are soooo breathtaking.
    You did a fab job, almost a shame to see you cut up that cute fabric, but the after is just georgous.

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    Cool Fabric!

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