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Thread: First attempt at a quilt

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    Great job on the attic windows! Not an easy task for a first effort. I've added attic windows to my "to do" list. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.
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    Very nice!! Love them both!

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    I love what you did with those!!! Attic windows always turn out neat!!!
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    That is really pretty. I have been wanting a fast and easy quilt to make. I may have to try this.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/BarbAndVivsQuilts?view_type=gallery

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    Keep up the quilting!
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    Great first quilt! I'm still too chicken to try attic windows. Good work, congratulations on your first!

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    Very good, can't believe those are your first quilts.

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    Awesome job! They are both pretty & nicely executed.

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    You go girl!!!!

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    I love them both!

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    Way to go! Great job on a first quilt. Love the poodle fabric.
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    that 3d stuff is so cool good job.

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    wonderful job on your first quilt!
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    Wow, both of those are much nicer than my first quilt! I could have never done something that required the precision of attic windows. The cat one is an especially nice use of fabric.

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    I like your color combination and the way you set it together. Nice job!
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    Great job for first and second quilt. Very nice way to use that fabric and wonderful color selection.
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