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Thread: Flying Geese quilt - finished picture

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    Super Member ube quilting's Avatar
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    This ia a picture of the finished quilt that was behined the tote bag picture, for the curious. There are 209 piecies per block or 3344 pieces before sashing and border. Took me almost one year to complete it. I lost the totally finished pic'. How sad

    The pattern is from American Patchwork & quilting, February 2009 and is called History Repeated.

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    There's a LOT of work in that!! It's fantastic!!

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    wow, beautiful quilt!

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    I really LOVE this quilt !!!

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    Stunning!

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    Beautiful quilt~!! :thumbup:

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    oooohhhhhh.... soooooooooooo pretty!

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    Wow, that is BEAUTIFUL!!! love that old-style look in quilts.

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    Love it! :thumbup:

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    Your quilt is awesome!

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    Wow... beautiful quilt.

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    Beautiful! I can see why it took so long--that's a LOT of flying geese!

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ube quilting
    There are 209 piecies per block
    A big WAY TO GO on this project. The quilt is beautiful. I'd never even consider such an undertaking.

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    Did you love it or hate it by the time you were done? I doubt that I will ever do anything that complicated but it sure is beautiful!

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    Beautiful. I have never seen a flying geese made like that.

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    Oh my gosh is that ever nice!!! Lot's of work in this one.
    Great piecing. Thanks for sharing the picture as well as sharing the pattern name and where we can find it.

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    wow! beautiful work! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    What words do I use to describe this labor intensive work of beauty?
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    WOW!!!That is one amazing quilt! I love the pattern. Beautiful workmanship.

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    Super Member ube quilting's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherylsea
    Did you love it or hate it by the time you were done? I doubt that I will ever do anything that complicated but it sure is beautiful!
    All I could manage was "oh my god!!" Every block :)

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    That is beautiful work as are the ones behind it from what I can see. Is that a display or design board that you can turn the "pages" to have 2 or 3 different quilts on? What a neat idea!

    If it is, maybe you could post a separate topic about that! I just think it's very inventive! And I'd really like to see those other quilts. But many, many kudos on the Flying Geese!!

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    WOW!

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    WOW!!!!

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    It's beautiful and looks like a lot of work. Good Job!

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