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Thread: DWR String quilt

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    I love it!!! Also love the staging of your quilt picture. Who knew all that snow would come in so handy?!!!

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    Good save!
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    Quote Originally Posted by leatheflea View Post
    This is one of those quilts that is wasn't meant to be. I started out with a plan for a totally different quilt. My planned failed. My string blocks were already pieced so I had to come up with a new plan. The new planned worked! I still need to machine stitch the all the applique,which is the entire quilt.
    AWESOME it looks great to me I really love it. A little different but also so pretty.
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    What a great solution, very clever.

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    This is great! Love the colors and how "happy" it looks!

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    Absolutely love it!!!!

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    Not sure what your original plan was but you have a winner with this quilt. Very cute.
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    Wow,aren't you clever! Great save, it really looks like it was intended to be like this in the first place.

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    I really like it you did a good job.

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    Very cute quilt!

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    Great quilt.

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    Wow, what a cutie and so colorful...Love the flowers. Keep up the great modern trend to the old patterns......
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    Neat idea you came up with, pretty.
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    I think it's very pretty!

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    That turned out nice, I like it!!
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    It worked out well and I like the yellow background as your neutral for the bright fabrics. Well done.
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    Awesome design

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    Gorgeous! Sometimes it's good when plans go awry!

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    The snow makes a great back drop for your lovely quilt. I really like the flowers where your rings meet. Look forward to seeing it finished.

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    Gee what a beautiful quilt, well done
    God Bless you all.
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    That is cute...

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    What a special quilt, I had not seen that pattern with the flower
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    Lovely and fresh looking - looks like a new take on Double Wedding Ring!
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