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Thread: Completed UFO

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    Completed UFO

    Just finished this UFO that's been around for quite awhile. Now that it is done I really like it. Thanks for looking.
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    i really like it too
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    ​Well done!

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    nicely done
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    Wow! I love it! It has that homespun look to it, raggedy, really different. Is that embroidery I see? Was it a kit, or what? Those prairie points are a great finish =)

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    What's not to like? Good job.

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    That is a very good looking quilt! The colors are great, and it looks like a lot of work. I bet it feels good to get it finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrayCat View Post
    Wow! I love it! It has that homespun look to it, raggedy, really different. Is that embroidery I see? Was it a kit, or what? Those prairie points are a great finish =)
    Yes this was a kit I bought. No that is not embroidery, just my attempt at fmqing. I used variegated thread. That was my first attempt at prairie points as well. The pattern didn't call for it, I just added it. I think it really added a lot of charm to the quilt. I too love that homespun look of this quilt. But I am really "into" prim stuff. I have done several prim dolls. They are a lot of fun to make as well.
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    Very pretty.
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    Very pretty...a lot of detail in your quilt. Great finish and I'm sure your relieved to have it done.
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    Great finish even if it was quite a while coming. I like it also. It just looks homey and comfortable. I am glad that you like it now that it is completed.

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    I especially like the rag quilt.

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    Isn't it wonderful to finish our UFOs? I like your quilt, the colors are very nice.

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Beautiful quilt! Thanks for showing your wonderful quilting.
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    Good job - I like it too!

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    Nice quilt and you did a great job on the quilting.

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    A wonderful finish. It must look amazing in person. It feels so happy to have a completed project.
    Well done.
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    Great primitive style quilt. I like the rag edges. I am really intrigued by the threads in your last close up picture. They look almost candy stripe. I have never seen a variegated that had such a short repeat of only two colors. Looks like a green and cream and a red and cream. Can you share what thread this is? I really like it.

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    That is a wonderful quilt! Well worth the effort to finish it. Just lovely!
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    Very Pretty--great job !

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    Nice quilt.
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    Great quilt and quilting.

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    Cute quilt!

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    Beautiful quilt. It's always a good feeling when you finish a UFO.

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