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Thread: I dyed a quilt today

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    You did a great job.

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    That's gorgeous!!!!!

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    What a FANTASTIC idea !!! Thank you and your quilt is wonderful i love it !!

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    Awesome!!!!!

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    I love these types of quilts. Reminds me of the kind my Mom used to make. Very good job!

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    What a great idea! I would never have thought to cross dye fabric like that but it turned out fabulous!!

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    How clever! Looks great, sure wish we could have seen the "before" quilt!

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    That is a great idea. Looks beautiful.

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    it has a manly Quilt

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    You are so brave!!! I'm glad you did it to what YOU like. That gives me permission to follow what I like too. Thank you ~ Pat

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    What a clever way to tone down your quilt!! I like the scrappy look and the colors look old-time patch-work charming.

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    Pretty. I think he will like it.

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    :thumbup: Good for you Mary!! I love that you did this to the quilt. I've done it a few times to wall hangings and just did it to my bathroom curtains. I'm planning on doing my kitchen/dining room window curtains, plus my bedroom curtains and quilt (when it's done) with tea dye and walnut stain bath. I'm waiting for the weather to warm up though as I like the suns effect on it too.

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    My favorite kind of quilt is a scrappy patchwork, I love yours.

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    I like it - but note to self: take before pictures so that there can be a comparison. LOL

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    Nice job! What a great quilt! I like bright quilts sometimes and sometimes it's nice to have a quiet one.

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    Oh that came out beautiful.

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    wonderful and really like the old look

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    great idea, I never would have thought of that.

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    Great idea - it looks wonderful!

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    Great idea - it looks wonderful!

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    Dyeing your quilt is a nice idea. It gives it a softer look. Thanks for sharing.

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    It has such a warm, comforting look to it. I'm sure he will love it.

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    Looks great!

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    My favorite kind of quilt. I don't know what it is but I am so drawn to patchwork squares. Beautiful quilt!

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