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Thread: Finally finished my beginners class sampler

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    Senior Member taiboo's Avatar
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    I took a beginners quilting class a few months ago and all the blocks you see, we learned/went over in the class. I'm soooooo glad i have finally finished the top, my husband refused to let me start another quilt project until this was done LOL. Now i just have to quilt it and put binding on :-)
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    OH MY you really had your work cut out for you :shock: Great Job :thumbup: I love it :mrgreen:

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    wow, I love it. I want to make a Sampler quilt one of these days

    What pattern book did you use? I would love to buy a sampler book for the patterns. Thanks

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    very nice job

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    It was a book called Quilts quilts quilts i believe...not sure on who the author is :-)
    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    wow, I love it. I want to make a Sampler quilt one of these days

    What pattern book did you use? I would love to buy a sampler book for the patterns. Thanks

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    Good job. Great decipline to finish one before you start another. It is hard to do.

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    I actually made a bargello after starting this one and i planned on doing a french braid, but my husband refused to let me start it lol

    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947
    Good job. Great decipline to finish one before you start another. It is hard to do.

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    What a great quilt!

    I can't believe this was a beginner's quilt. Wonderful job!

    Thanks for sharing.

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    you did a great job on it for your very first one. Good job! love the colors too.

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    Wowzers--that's a tough/complicated quilt for a beginner! Congrats!!

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    Ambitious project for a 1st quilt! you did a great job!
    Kind Regards,
    MaryAnna

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    That looks GREAT!!!! You should be soooo proud! :)

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    Very pretty, your colour combination is very nice.

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    Wow, Very nice.

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    Beautiful quilt. Great colors. You did a great job.

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    You did a great job. Love it.

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    What an awesome quilt! I'm surprised that you made so many different and more complicated blocks for a beginners class.
    Way to go!!! It's beautiful! I bet your husband is proud of you!

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    Beautiful!!! Congratulations on a job well done!!

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    That is absolutely beautiful. What a great sampler quilt. I love your colors. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    Excellent job!!

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    Wow for a beginners class that quilt is awesome.

    great job!

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    Wow, that's beautiful.

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    WOW! You did an awsome job! Bet you learned a lot from making this quilt. I really like your color choice. And congrats on sticking with it. I know how hard that can be.

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    Very nice!

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    thank you everyone for your awesome comments, it means alot :-)

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