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Thread: I finally finished the Celtic Quilt

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    Junior Member Tsanchez's Avatar
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    I have been working on this quilt for about 2 months now. I finally finished it today. What do you all think?

    Celtic King Size Quilt with a Claddagh
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    Very nice job

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    Good work

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    Beautiful and just in time for St. Patrick's Day.
    Is that your stash or are you in a fabric shop?

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    Awesome work, great job!

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    Its wonderful!

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    Beautiful!

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    That's the quilt shop that I buy my fabric from. I don't have room big enough to take pics of this. Plus, the own likes to get pics of her "students" work.

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    Thank you all. This will be my last quilt for about 2 1/2 months. I'm having total hip replacement on April 6.

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    Totally love it! I love the Celtic designs = on my list of quilt to conquer! And wishing you a speedy recovery!

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    Love your quilt! Very nice work!

    Happy St Paddy's Day!

    Wishing you a speedy recovery!

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    Love it! Based on my user name, I really appreciate it!

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    Very nive. Best to you on your recovery.

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    really nice!
    Good luck on your upcoming surgery and speedy recovery

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    Wow, I never noticed your name (that's awful of me). Then I really do appreciate your comments because you know what this symbol means.

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    Oh Wow! Slainte to you! beautiful...

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    great job

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    What a beautiful quilt!

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    Are the corners appliques?

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    Stunning quilt! Wish you all the best and a speedy recovery with your surgery! If you go thru withdrawals from quilting, maybe when you are feeling up to it, try English Paper Piecing-it is all done by hand, and very satisfying. No tools/machines needed except snips, needle, and thread. Would HATE to have you totally miss out!

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    Wonderful work and wish you a speedy recovery.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tsanchez
    Thank you all. This will be my last quilt for about 2 1/2 months. I'm having total hip replacement on April 6.

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    A great quilt and your work is lovely!

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    Nice job, lot of work and I like it.

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    I'm not Irish but I love your quilt too! Good luck with your surgery and I hope you have a speedy recovery. Just mind what your therapists tell you 8->

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    WOW!!! This is totally FANTASTIC Tina!:thumbup: :thumbup:
    The person who receives this is going to LOVE it!

    Hope all goes well with your surgery and you have a speedy recovery!

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