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Thread: I picked two tops up from the quilter's this afternoon!

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    She did a great job in enhancing your beautiful designing and piecing skills! i love the curly waves on Kayak especially!

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    Karla I love how they both turned out....kyacks on the lake is one of my most favorite quilts ever!!
    Really? Thanks! :-D

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    Gorgeous!

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    And you wonder if you should enter a quilting contest in the near future?!! I loved both those tops when you posted them awhile back but the quilting just adds so much to them! I LOVE those swirls and love how she used several different types of leaves in the Irish Chain. Gorgeous work!

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    both are very pretty

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    Karla....sounds like Rachel is starting a collection! She sure knows how to pick them too! Both of these look fantastic!

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    Your quilts & quilting are beautiful!!!

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    Wow. Those are beautifal. You did an awesome job on them.
    I love the fabrics you choose. Perfect. Great patterns too. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandpat
    Karla....sounds like Rachel is starting a collection! She sure knows how to pick them too! Both of these look fantastic!
    I can't wait for them both to get houses with many empty walls that need something. :wink: And spare bedrooms that need some color... oh the possibilities. :-D

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    gorgeous quilts. very peaceful!

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    Very nice, both of them. :thumbup:

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    both gorgeous!

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    They turned out beautiful barnbum.

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    both quilts are very beauitful barnbum nice work on them as well

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    Karla--your quilter did a wonderful job on your beautiful quilts. I know you are happy to get them back and finish them. Both are spectacular!!!

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    What beautiful quilts and the quilter has done a wonderful job

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    Thank you for showing us the quilting on your beautiful quilts. Knowing what design to use is a real art, and I think you chose well.

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    Both of your quilts are stunning. Love the colors in both. The quilting is great, but you did a great job piecing the tops. BEAUTIFUL!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    LOOOOVVVEEEE them both!!!
    If either needs a home.... :wink:

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    Wow so pretty!!

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    They're both beautiful!

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    Absolutely wonderful!!! You can send the blue and green one to my house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston1954
    Absolutely wonderful!!! You can send the blue and green one to my house.

    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
    I was going to ask WHICH blue and green one, then I got your joke. I'm tired. It takes me time to keep up with your wit. :wink:

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    Back off, ladies. IF barnbum were to decide that she doesn't want to keep the TIC, I dibs first shot!!

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    Gorgeous quilts - color selections are great. I just have one question. I think it was under the second photo your comment said "Ooops--I should have removed the thread and lint." But why would you want to remove the thread? Wouldn't that mean all those beautiful stitches would go away? And the pattern you chose would be gone? And what you had just paid good money for would also be gone?

    Oh, never mind ... you meant the loose threads. I kinda had a roseanne roseannadanna moment. DI

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