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Thread: Finished another UFO

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    Senior Member Candy Apple Quilts's Avatar
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    Beautiful!
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    I just finished quilting one of these quilts, this is beautiful and the colors are great. One to be loved forever!
    Enjoy The Art!
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    Beautiful UFO.

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    She's going to just love it!.....It's so very pretty and you did a fantastic job!

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    nice work, pretty.

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    Very pretty!
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    Thank you so much. Decided to put a sashing around the outside then a 2 inch border of the periwinkle then bind it in white.

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    Your grand daughter is lucky to have you!

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    Beautiful!! Love the colors you chose!!
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    Very pretty quilt. I plan to do a dresden scrappy sometime soon. Nice work.
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    Your DGD should love that quilt. I love the dresden quilt. It should look lovely on her bed. You did a good job making it.
    Each day is a blessing, so do something you love each day.

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    What little girl wouldn't love this quilt - pink and purple can never go wrong. It's beautiful.

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    This is a really pretty quilt!
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    Great quilt!!

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    Great quilt, it is beautiful, and since it's not too babyish she will be able to use it for a very long time. What a treasure!
    He who cuts his own wood is warmed twice, but she who makes her own quilt is warmed forever - SLR 11/7/2011

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    I'm not usually a fan of pink or of Dresden plates, but have to say, I really like your quilt! The lavender and pink are nice together and the sashing really sets the whole thing off beautifully. You might just make a convert out of me yet! There is going to be a very happy young lady when she gets this quilt. Great job!!
    Sheila N.

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    UFO, wow that has to be the prettiest flying saucers I have ever seen. LOL Great job! your dresden plates are gorgeous.

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