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Thread: Delilah's Churn Dash Quilted by Deb Reed

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    Just beautiful!

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    great quilt. glad she finished

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    I really like the quilting on this one and I especially like that you did NOT go through the churn dashes in both directions. This way the churn dashes stand out. This is a really lovely quilt.
    OCD in the OC

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    I really like this quilt, you both made it a beautiful quilt.

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    THis pattern is actually on my "to-do" list. Love the quilting

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    Awe, what a pretty quilt!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    What a beautiful quilt!!!! I'd like to make one just like it.

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    Your quilting has made a very pretty quilt beautiful. I love the flower quilting and the crosshatch.

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    I really like that quilt...so soft and pretty. I always get bored with repretition too and end up making a much smaller quilt then what I intended. Love the quilting too.

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    It's just beautiful!

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    Sew pretty !! Love the quilting also.

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    This is a beautiful quilt and I really love your meticulous quilting. Great job-both of you.
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    Old fashioned pattern that couldn't be more beautiful!

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    What a shame to leave such a beautiful quilt in the cupboard for so long. Glad it's finished and it can now take pride of place.

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    this is soft looking and so pretty. Great job, great quilting

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    Love the quilting--it's great!!

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    Very nice job both of you. Such a pretty soft looking quilt and your choice of quilting was perfect.
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    It is really beautiful! I too have a partially complete churn-dash top. I love the pattern but get bored with making the blocks. Some day I will finish mine also! I love the quilting you did and the fabrics she chose.

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    I love it just the way it is!

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    This is a lovely traditional block quilt. I love it when someone takes this simple block and makes a lovely quilt like this. The pastels with a white background are scrumptious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie the "Ripper" View Post
    What a beautiful quilt - so soft and sweet. I bet if she knew how nice it was going to turn out she would have gotten back to it much sooner. Great job - both of you.
    My thoughts exactly!

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    I love it.... did you get a new long arm? Awesome... your quilt is beautiful.

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    It looks wonderful!
    And the quilting is fantastic!

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