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Thread: I finished a two faced quilt!

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    Very nice11great idea!!

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    Creative idea and she is going to love it. Now it can be used all year, if needed.
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    Very clever. Two for the price of one.

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    Oh Ditter that is just beautiful, I love both of them.
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    Love the candy-cane stripes in the 10-minute blocks! Great idea to extend the use of a christmas quilt. Nice job!

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    very nice!!!!
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    Wow! Very impressive -- she is going to LOVE it. Love the colors you chose on both sides! Great job!

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    Two quilts in one! Wonderful! Love the colors!
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    I admire your work so much. Your work is just incredible!
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    Oh, Ditter, this is fantastic! She'll love it!

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    Great looking quilt! She will enjoy it for sure.

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    Great looking! Twice as nice!!

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    Wonderful idea. You did an excellent job and both sides are beautiful.

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    Ditter, you did a fantastic job on this! I just love both sides. I know it couldn't have been easy doing the aligning & the double binding, but you did a great job!

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    I really like it and I too want to know how you did the binding - it looks so great!

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    That is a really cool idea! I haven't made any holilday quilts because I hate to go to all the work and then have them in storage for 11 months of the year.. If I backed a christmas quilt with a Winter quilt, I could use it all winter by just turning it over. Then I could do a lighter weight quilt with summer and fall and use it the rest of the year! You are brilliant!

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    Very nice quilts.

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    Very beautiful, thanks for showing. I can see why you were quiet on the general chit-chat side! LOL

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    Wonderful quilt, your GD will love it. Clever Idea!
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    great great good job sure she will love it.
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    very lovely quilt great job
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    Looks like a 10-minute block/bowtie block.

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    I'm crazy about the double sided idea, yours is terrific!

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    I have been meaning to try the double sided binging. Any hints? The quilts look great. We missed you Welcome back. BrendaK
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    I think it is a really neat idea to do a reversible quilt! I can imagine getting a two sided binding on would be challenge. I expect she will love it especially since she can use it all year long.

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