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Thread: Farmers Wife

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    How Striking! Completely changes the look of the FWS done in this colorway with bright white sashing. You've given the FWS a modern look. I have the book and hope to make this quilt but was planning scrappy CW repros. Your beautiful interpretation is having me rethink that decision. Love the quilting too.

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    That is a beautiful quilt. Good job!
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    Gorgeous quilt. Love your green and the quilting is wonderful. Kudos to you for doing such a quilt with so many pieces.

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    Really Nice! I love the monochromatic look of this. Nicely done points. . .
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    Very nice, love the colors !

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    Your version is one of my favorites! Great job!
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    Beautifully done! Love the 2 color look!
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    Beautiful quilt. Love the on point setting.

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    What a lovely quilt, and I really like the way you put the blocks together
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    Just gorgeous! Love the colors, fabric and the quilting. You hit it out of the park with this!

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    I don't think I've ever seen one done in a one color wave. Your's if just magnificent and is inspiring me to make one myself!
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    Wow! This one will surely be a treasured heirloom! Beautiful, and I love the green and white colors. Great job!!

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    This is beautiful and unique. I came close to attempting this quilt after inquiring about it on the board. I was a little leery due to the amount of errata listed for one of the editions, (although I think I have a later copy.) I have paper pieced several of them though and they did come out nice. Usually I would never paper piece
    these types of blocks. Your blocks are absolutely gorgeous! Well done!

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    Beautiful blocks! Love the green and white!

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    Truly a gorgeous quilt! I really like the striking contrast of color - and your precision is amazing - truly a beauty!

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    Splendid accomplishment, and a beautiful quilt. Love it!
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    I think this is my favorite version of that quilt.

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    Congratulations! A beautiful quilt and a wonderful accomplishment.
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    Love your blocks, your green assortment, and your quilting!

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    Everything about this quilt is stunning. "Excellence" ribbon awarded...
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    I think this is the first time I've seen a green and white quilt and it is stunning! All the blocks are so interesting to look at. You obviously put a lot of time and effort into this quilt. It is is just gorgeous.

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    What a fantastic finish with fifty three...I love that you stuck to a color theme, it makes your block patterns easy to distinguish. Great job!
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    Lovely quilt and the monochromatic color choice and on point setting makes your piece more "modern". A stunning example of this series of blocks.

    I have about 35 of 110 to go. A good challenge and I am determined to all and then remind myself to never start something like this again.... I am using warm tones of civil war type colors.
    Last edited by WMUTeach; 07-03-2018 at 02:55 AM.

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    Beautiful! I love your color choice.

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    Awesome, lots of pieces. Colors are refreshing.

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