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Thread: First Landscape Quilt

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    First landscape quilt was finished in 2008. It is from Nancy Ziemann's book on Landscape Quilts.
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    That is stunning!

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    WELL NO ONE ELSE HAS SEEN IT YET BUT I THINK YOU DIDAN ASUMM
    JOB ON IT .IT LOOKS LIKE IT COULD BE A REAL FENCE POS AN FLOWERS.AN ITHINK THAT IS GREAT.

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    Oh my gosh, it's beautiful.

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    It's beautiful!!!

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    Great job!

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    WOW! :shock:

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    It's beautiful. You did a great job. :D :D

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    I think it turned out extremely pretty. Really great job :)

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    So realistic looking. Beautiful.

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    That is beautiful. It really is a work of art.

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    Absolutely beautiful! You must be so proud!

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    Oh, very nice!
    I was about to ask if it was from that book, lol! I have it too, I'm dying to try a landscape quilt but I have so many other things on my plate right now... I love the way yours turned out! :)

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    That is beautiful. I just got her book, but haven't gotten up the courage to do one yet! :wink:

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    That's just beautiful!

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    I have to chime in and say how pretty it is too. You did a great job of it.

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    It's just wonderful!! :D My, what
    a lot of work & you did it so well.
    Thank you for sharing with all of us.
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    Beautiful. Looks like you could reach out and touch the leaves.

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    That is just GORGEOUS! Is everything appliqued on top of the background? Wow. Really beautiful.

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    Yes everything is sewn onto the background fabric. Interesting, you don't use fusible, you just use one of those glue sticks. I cut out the leaves and flowers while watching tv.Thank you for your comment.

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    That is breath taking beautiful!!!

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    Very nice. Looks almost real. :D

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    Oooo, this is so pretty!!

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    Your quilt is gorgeous. I have watched her with that technique, but so far have not had the courage to try it.

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    Stunning! Beautiful job!

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