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Thread: Indian Orange Peel - Finally Done!

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    OMG! That's beautiful!
    Think maybe I need to make a trip to CA with a suitcase. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim's Gem
    Gorgeous quilt!!!
    Ditto!!

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    That beauty took some real time commitment. Way to go.

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    A stunning quilt - beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by indycatcarol
    Beautiful quilt. How about "What's Your Point?"
    "What's your point" is the name of a quilt pattern created by Lisa, owner of Crooked Nickel Quilt Designs - most of her patterns & kits are done on point on a fusible grid - went to a fun workshop a few years ago in Bigfork, MT.
    That being said, I don't think any quilt police are going to fault you for naming a quilt anything you please. :+)

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    Wow I agree with your name. Bright and loud but beautiful. What a good job.

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    Absolutely spectacular!

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    Rachel, that is one zingy quilt.

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    Wow!

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    I love your beautiful LOUD quilt. wonderful job. :)

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    Wow Rach, you're back with a BANG! A LOUD one! It's gorgeous. Hmmm, looking for my bucket list to make a note....

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    WOW! Absolutely stunning.

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    That must have been quite the challenge. I don't think I will ever be that brave. Kudos to you.

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    That is very pretty!!!

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    WOW! That is bright! And it fairly screams at you for sure. I like your name for it better! Beautiful quilt. You did a great job.

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    Wow!! What an amazing quilt! Is it paper pieced? I'll go read replies in case you already answered that.

    You could call it "Time to Wake Up!" or "Sunny Morning." :lol: OR if you see teeth--"Jaws." :lol: :lol:

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    Oh my goodness! What a beautiful quilt! I love it! I would love to make one like that but looks too difficult.

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    It's a stunning quilt. Great Job!

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    gorgeous....I don't know if I will ever have the guts to try a quilt like that.

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    Wow! Inspiring. I've always wanted to try something like this. Maybe someday soon. Thanks for sharing and for persevering to finish it.

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    That is definitely a lot of work!

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    I love her patterns! You did great!

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    Oh WOW!!!! Its more beautiful than I even remembered! Be proud of yourself girl.....*applause!!!!!!* I love the name "shut up", it fits the situation nicely, I think, don't you?

    I'm so happy you posted...it is tooo wonderful not to share it!

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    Wow! Gorgeous quilt! I love all the bright colors, and movement! Way to go! :)

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    That is a gorgeous quilt. You did a great job. Enjoy it!

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