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Thread: FINISHED .... Landlords new quilt

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    It is finished.... All's I gotta do is wait til the first to get the backing & then tie it....In the meantime I'll work on my Tinkerbell quilt. Here's the fab for tinkerbell quilt AND finished L. quilt :D The quilt is too big for my floor, but you get the idea :wink:
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    Great Job! :D

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    Great job Bev!!!

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    Great work!

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    That looks awesome Bev! Good job.

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    Lucky landlord!

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    Really like the way your scrappy quilt turned out. Great job. Look forward to your tink quilt.

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    Did u make that quilt just to be nice to ur landlords?
    its really pretty :)
    i have that tinkerbell fabric too; did you get it from ebay? and what are you making_?

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    Wow, you were fast! It turned out so nice! I love the new fabrics!

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    Lucky landlords and great Tink fabric!

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    The black really makes those squares pop!!

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    Looks good Bev.

    Tinkerbell is going to look pretty.

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    Looks great Bev! Your landlord is going to be thrilled. Free rent next month! Very sweet of you to make something so beautiful. You know it will be treasured.

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    Very nice! I like the way the black really makes the colors pop!

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    Really really nice!!!

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    looks good!

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    Bev,
    Your quilt couldn't have turned out any nicer!! I just love it. Also, the tinkerbelle quilt fabric is great. It will be fun watching your progress with that one too. Keep on sewing girlfriend!! :D
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    :D :D :D

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    It's a beautiful quilt Bev

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    Beautiful! Your landlord is going to love it.

    Tink fabric is cute. Waiting to see that cute quilt too. :D

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    really nice job :-)

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    Bev - your quilt turned out awesome!!! Your landlord's going to LOVE it!!!
    What are you making with the Tinkerbell fabric?
    :-)

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    Great job! And, now what did you learn and what is your next pattern?
    LOL This is almost as good as seeing new babies, eh?!

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    You're going to be the landlord's favorite new tenant! Great job! You can't go wrong with a scrappy quilt!

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    It turned out GREAT, Bev! :thumbup: the black sashing really sets off the blocks :D
    You know something? ....my husband and I had 4 rental properties for about 15 years. Although we had a couple of long term good renters for the most part we had destructive, late payers, to totally stop paying at all. We helped them out, gave them funiture, clothes, canned goods, but never ever did one of them do something like make us a quilt!
    Way to go girl :!:
    Can't wait for you to start the tinkerbell quilt, that is going to be cute :D
    How are your labels coming along?

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    Great job Bev! I have some of that tink fabric too.

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