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Thread: Grandpa's Bridges

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    Grandpa's Bridges

    Here are 4- of the Grandpa's Bridges I have completed. These blocks are very detailed but stunning. It says to use 2 strands of floss but I'm using only one, as the lines are so close it looks like it all runs together. This pattern is Primrose Lane Mama's Quilts.
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    Great job! Can't wait to see it done!
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    very nice blocks

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    nicely done
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    Wonderful!

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    Thank you.
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    wonderful, I too can't wait to see it done.
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    ​Great embroidery blocks!

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    Beautiful and looks like a lot of work!

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    wow very nicely done!!!!
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    Beautiful work, I look forward to seeing the completed quilt it will be stunning.
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    Why only one strand? Just curious.
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    Very nice. They remind me of the bridges in New Hampshire and Vermont.
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    Very nice.
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    Those are very nice.

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    Thanks so much.
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    Beautiful work, I have that pattern and hope mine turns out this well. Is that variegated floss that you are using? Thank you for sharing.

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    Thank you, I'm sure your's will be beautiful. Yes I'm using a variegated cosmo floss.



    Quote Originally Posted by watson's mom View Post
    Beautiful work, I have that pattern and hope mine turns out this well. Is that variegated floss that you are using? Thank you for sharing.
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    Nice embroidery.

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    Beautiful work.

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    Nice!! Can't wait to see what you do with them.
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    Coming along nicely.
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    Wowsers! Reminds me of Vermont. They look great.

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    wonderful....

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    Very nice work. That's a lot of stitching!
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