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Thread: Finished Rosie my confetti quilt

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    I really like your Rosie quilt. Truly inspirational.

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    you did a wonderful job

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    wow that is amazing. i never saw that technique before that is realy cool.

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    That is wonderful

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    Your quilt is absolutely amazing.

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    Wow, so realistic. great job

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    Thanks for the close-up pictures. I'm really impressed with how neat this looks! May have to get me the video and learn to do it myself!
    Sue

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    Thank you for all the wonderful comments but truly I'm not sure I deserve them. Cutting the confetti is really a non brainer and you can do it while talking, watching TV etc., just don't cut yourself. Putting it together was a lot easier for me than trying to match seams, making flying geese etc. My 92 year old mother also took the class. She is having trouble using the monofilament thread so I will have to do the quilting for her, but other than that, she did a great job. I will post a photo of hers when we get all the safety pins out.

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    Great job!

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    Your projec is amazing. Just what is "confetti". How was this done?

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    Gorgeous!!!!!
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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    Amazing! I have never heard of this type of quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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    Now that is awesome!! Can't imagine ever doing anything that marvelous. Fantastic job.

    Pat

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    Wonderful quilt-lovely dog!
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    I bought her CD and it is great. Now, if life would just give me some quiet time so that I can start one of these fabulous pictures. When I ordered the CD, I expected to wait several weeks for it's arrival, it was here in a few days. She doesn't fool around.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    Great job!!!!
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    Oh my goodness...that is awesome!
    Blessings from Janice

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    Hey, I saw your quilt in Jan's gallery. What a great method for creating a realistic picture. It seems very time-consuming, needing a lot of careful handling.
    Barbara

    Samuel Johnson - Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. Great works are performed, not by strength but by perseverance.

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    That is simply amazing... my problem woult be keeping the quilt inspector out of it!!!!

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    Very neat! Once you get all the confetti on do you cover it with tulle before quilting? I've been saving fabric scraps to try this.

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    WOW - Just beautiful, great job and thank you for sharing, just love it
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Wow is right ! That is fantastic, thanks for sharing.

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