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    A few finishes

    A few small table topper and throws.
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    Lovely! Both are such nice color choices!

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    both are beautiful
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    Very pretty!

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    Both are beautiful, great work.
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    Both are beautiful, but I really love the butterflies!

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    Oh I love them both!! my brain said it won't figure out the second one for me. rats!
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    ​Very pretty!

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    They are both so pretty!

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    Both are lovely! I really love that tulip block you used in the first one.
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    Those are very pretty. I love your choices of colors.
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    Sew pretty. It's hard to decide which one I like best so I'll just drool over both of them.

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    Very pretty and like your fabric!!

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    Great finishes...looks like you’ve been busy.
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    These are both free patterns that I used. You can get the tulip on here: https://www.bomquilts.com/2015/OdeToTulipTime.pdf
    And the one I used for the butterfly is here: https://ttfabrics.com/project/misty-hydrangea-dream/

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    Both are pretty but I love the tulip quilt.

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    The tulip quilt is so calming . . . I'd enjoy sleeping under it . . . while the butterfly is full of energy. Both are inspiring! Thanks for sharing.

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    Inspiring! I'm at DD's and looking at your quilts makes me anxious to get home to do more quilting.

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    So pretty!
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    Pretty projects! Nice to see the finish line.

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    Both quilts are beautiful. I especially like the tulip quilt with the springy colors. So nicely done.

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    Love them both ,

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    Nice quilts.
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    Oh, sew pretty! it looks from your finishes that you have spring on your mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by javin22 View Post
    These are both free patterns that I used. You can get the tulip on here: https://www.bomquilts.com/2015/OdeToTulipTime.pdf
    And the one I used for the butterfly is here: https://ttfabrics.com/project/misty-hydrangea-dream/
    Thank you for the links Javin22 - those are beautiful!
    And just like Nativetexan my brain could not figure out the second one )
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