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Thread: Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt quilted by Creekside Jeanie who did a wonderful job

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    Thanks for sharing. It's beautiful! I just got one of these in on Sunday. She wants each block custom quilted!

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    Wow! Wow! Wow!!!!! Amazing work!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    !!!!!Congratulations!!!!!

    you have done an INCREDIBLE job the quilt is almost as incredible as YOU
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    so many babies.. sew little quilts

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    This is extraordionary! Never mind taking 2 years, it would take me 2+ decades!
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    A Big Thank you to all for your wonderful words. Especially those on the 'trail' with me...you really know how much work was involved with each block and whole quilt 'cause you have done it too. Yes, Creekside Quilting lady, Jeanie, did a great job of machine quilting, a bit more than I asked for, but cannot fault any of her stitching, 'cause she did a great job, then helped pin it on the vertical display in their store for the pictures. Best of service at their store...love it!!

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    My fellow PC riders have said it all! I have nothing to add I LOVE it!
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    I doubt I will ever have such dedication to a single project. Its beautiful. Thanks for sharing !

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    QNS...you inspire me to finish my FWS. Yours is just beautiful!

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    WOW!! What patience you have--gorgeous!

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    What you don't see is a closeup QNS's ability to fussy cut fabric and what you don't hear is her ability to wind a good tale around the block. Truly a delight to sew with
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    Your quilt is amazing. I love your colors too. I tried to make of few of those blocks, but I am not accurate enough to sew those small blocks, I will keep practicing and one day . . .
    Murphy1
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    love, love it. What an awesome quilt!!
    will quilt 4EVER

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    QNS, I am speechless!!!! I'm trying to figure out which words to use to describe my reaction to seeing your completed quilt.....you not only did the 111 blocks you added to it to make 145 6" blocks...Amazing!!!
    The quilt is so colorful and the placement of the blocks is so, so... done so well...each one tells it's own story..all of us on this journey enjoyed the weekly tale told by you....Congratulations!!!

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    I did some new shots of the details and fuzzy cutting mentioned by my fellow FWSQ and PC group:Name:  BackofTop2.JPG
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Size:  51.3 KBName:  Backoftop3.JPG
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Size:  47.1 KBName:  ContraryHusband.JPG
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Size:  114.7 KBContrary husband, not a contrary wife!Name:  LittleBoyBlue.JPG
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Size:  119.7 KBLittle Boy Blue Name:  OpenBarnDoor.JPG
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Size:  101.6 KBOpen barn door.Name:  HoveringHawks.JPG
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Size:  138.2 KB Hovering Hawks

    for a total over 145 blocks each finished 6 inch size. Each depicting farm life in childhood, nursery rhymes, state of birth, and 46 years of marriage.

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    This is a stunning quilt. I could look at it over and over.

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting.
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    How fun! Nice work!

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    Oh my.... beautiful, but oh the work!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    WoW!!! What a beautiful quilt! You are truly a "Quilting Goddess". Kudos!
    I totally agree!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CherryPie View Post
    What a gorgeous quilt. I love your quilting, too. I'd say you are very talented yourself. That is an amazing accomplishment you did....you should be very proud. Thank you for sharing!
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    Oh my goodness! That's amazing. You are talented AND patient!

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    What an beautiful quilt! I admire anyone who can finish a FWS and yours is spectacular! Love the vivid colors you chose - that blue just pops and the whole quilt.... WOW!

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    Beautiful..

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    What a variety of blocks! It is great.

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    Gorgeous!!! So much work, i am in awe.
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