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Thread: Happy Dance! Finished class quilt top.

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    Smile Happy Dance! Finished class quilt top.

    I just finished my quilt top from the Judy Niemeyer class "Golden Harvest" Thanks for looking.
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    Wow!! That is beautiful!! Love the colors!!

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    Pretty love the colors and pattern. Sue

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    Wow! That is gorgeous! I'd be doing a happy dance for that one too!!! I love the border fabric you chose...what is the brand/design name?

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    Wow wow wow....

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    Great fabric choices. It's beautiful!
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    Wow! Very pretty! Great fabrics, and neat pattern!
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    You made a beautiful quilt. Did you enjoy the process?

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    Wow! Beautiful!!!!
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    Ewwww. Just stunning.

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    That is a Beautiful first quilt!! Kudos to you-You have a great future in this craft already!

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    Love Love Love it!!!!!
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    You made a beautiful quilt! I love everything about it!

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    Oh wow That is spectacular

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    Awesome! Pretty!

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    The border fabric is a Hoffman called Wild flower batik. I used it to pick the other colors. The number is Style/Color #: 2334-254. And to answer the other question, I did enjoy the process and once you get into the habit of doing it in order it wasn't difficult. I did use a glue stick which was suggested in the class to start the first piece and to baste the curves before sewing. That really helped. Thanks for all the flattering comments. Barb

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    Very nice!

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    WOW!!! that is great

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    Nice job. Congrats on finishing it.
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    you did a fantastic job, congrats

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    Wow, what a fabulous quilt, you did a fantastic job!!
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    wow wow wow that is stuning, joyce j

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    Fabulous quilt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyelphaba View Post
    You made a beautiful quilt. Did you enjoy the process?
    I agree and wondering same thing. I love her patterns and wonder if I would stick with it.

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    Beautiful, lots of points. Great job.
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