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Thread: Feed Sack quilt

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    It's lovely! I like the pink with the other colours.

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    Absolutely gorgeous...makes me want to snuggle.
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    I absolutely love your quilt!!! Wow, what a find!!! Can't believe you got a barrel of feedsacks for a $1.00! They obviously went to the right person. Enjoy!
    Linda
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    Lovely and very nice quilting
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    Another precious quilt, Nancy! What no UFO's? Must have some WIP's, don't you?
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    Love the block pattern. Prints from the 30's are my favorite. Is there a name for the block? Or a pattern? Setting your blocks on point really does "the trick". And your hand quilting is exquisite.

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    That's so girly pretty!! I can't believe you got a barrel of them for a buck! All kinds of neat things u can make! Can't wait to see!

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    Janet I remember those days. All our cloths were made from feed sacks.

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    beautiful. The little quilts look like more work than the big ones. you did a great job it is very very pretty.
    Cindy

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    Wow - well done!
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    Very nice. Also like the pink. Is the quilting computerized? All blocks are so precise. What a bargain for the feedsacks. Thanks for sharing.

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    How beautiful I love the pink.
    Brenda in Humble, TX

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    That's just perfectly perfect! Love the pink, and the use of feedsacks,too.

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    beautiful quilt

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    Love it. So pretty.

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    What a beautiful quilt! I was wondering, did you do the stitching on the white squares with a home machine or longarm setup? That really sets off your nice color combos!

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    that is very pretty, they are all still so bright, most I've seen are very faded

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    Lovely quilt!
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    So pretty & love the quilting.
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    So pretty. I agree that pink really makes it sparkle! love the quilting
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    wow, this one's a keeper! Sometimes the simple pattern are the sharpest. Beautiful colors and nice contrast.

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    Wow, this one's a keeper! Sometimes the simple pattern are the sharpest. Beautiful colors and nice contrast.

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    very very pretty

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    Love your feedsack small quilt.
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    Love your quilt. You said your UFO's are caught up??? I'm not sure I understand that concept. My UFO's are out of control! You do beautiful work!
    Linda
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