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Thread: Do you know the "Patchwork unused needle"?

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    Gladys, whenever I see a post from you I open it immediately! You share with us so many different and beautiful projects done with fabrics! Can't wait to see what's next!! How is your Dear Jane coming along? Enjoy your day!
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    How cool is that!!! What a great idea thank you for sharing )
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    Absolutely fantastic. So colourful and very practical.

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    Beautiful work, as always, Gladys. Thanks for the idea. I hate to say it, but I need a clock in my sewing room.

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    love your clock My mother back in the 60's made Christmas ornament using this technique

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    wonderful.....

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    Very cool! Thank you for showing us how to do it!

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    That is awsome!!!! Beautiful work.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    cool creative idea

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    I did this years ago at an R.V. park a lady was selling kits. It was fun and the picture was of stone wall and light house with water. Still around today.
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    You do such beautiful work!!-yes it is very similar materials as here-you made a great choice with what you had at hand

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    the colors are wonderful & the pic is beautiful too

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    so pretty and very nicely done..........................
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    Wow Gladys, that is such a beautiful unique clock, you are very talented and creative. I can't wait to see what you will do next
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    wow that is a very quilt clock
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    I have seen this demonstrated on tv before but I must say that I like your idea of attaching the clock hands to make it a lovely quilt + clock 'picture' Beautiful!
    Patchwork Crazy!!!

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    Thank you so much for showing this technique. I always enjoy your posts.

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    Your clock is beautiful. You done an amazing job. I love looking at the things you create. You are an inspiration to me. Thank you for sharing all of your beautiful things.

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    Oh,how love this! I might think of a Chriistmas gift. I have made the ornaments many times before, but , the clock ,how wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
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    Wow! That is absolutely gorgeous. I would like to try making one.

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    Gorgeous. Seen this in a quilt magazine but didnt know it went together, thanks for sharing.
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    Absolutely beautiful, a perfect clock for a sewing room. You are such a talented Lady.
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    Lovely, unique idea. Sure want to give this a try. Thanks for sharing your talents.
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    Very stunning
    thakyou for sharing

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    Beautiful wall clock! I will have to try to make one
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