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Thread: Each quilt a learning experience

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    This is pretty I normally don't like pink but I really like your pinks on brown and learning is fun Its the remembering part thats tricky

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    The quilting and the quilt are beautiful.
    You did a great job.
    God bless.

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    You learned things and you have a beautiful quilt. Win-win!

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    That is very pretty! :thumbup:

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    Your quilt is very pretty so you must have been a good student.

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    It's a very pretty quilt, and even more rewarding that you gained new knowledge while making it. I think the day I quit learning (and making mistakes) will be the day to stop quilting.

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    Lovely quilt.
    Great colors
    Thanks for sharing your lessons with us.
    Were never to old to learn or recall an old lesson.

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    it is lovely! I have found that I learn something about quilting everyday!

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    MTS - I hung it in our backyard gazebo as it was the only way I could get it hung up and down. It was too big for anything else I could find and the dustbowl winds hitting here in Texas were blowing too hard to hang it on the fence. Thanks for the compliment of colors though! I was in a dark chocolate and cotton candy mood (and sadly dieting).

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    Very nice quilt! The Brown and Pink makes a great contrast!

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    I am always learning something on each project I undertake!!!

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    I love it and do not see the impections you do. I think you are far too hard on yourself. I would be thrilled to have it. or do one myself. Pattern looks great. :)

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    I think it turned out pretty good. Maybe time to invest in a 1/4 " foot for your machine. All in all I think it is quite fine and I wouldn't be ashamed in any way. Auntie B from Saskatchewan.

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    Nice work, I especially like your notes on what you learned, I too look at each quilt as a learning experience. Keep up the GREAT work :thumbup:

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