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Thread: Joy's Snake River Log Cabin....quilted by Charisma

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    Beutiful. I just started cutting the fabric for one like it. Looks like a lot of cutting and sewing but I love a challenge.

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    WOW! :shock: Another totally awesome quilting job on a very beautiful, well done quilt!! Kudos to both of you! :thumbup: Bless your heart, Charismah for taking into consideration the personal elements of one's quilt while quilting it to make each and every quilt "their own". You are one very talented quilter, for sure. :thumbup:

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    The quilt is breath taking.

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    Absolutely wonderful, both quilt and quilting!

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    OMG that is Beautiful!!!!!

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    Beautiful work by everyone. I especially love how the border is done. Colors are fabulous.

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    I agree! Beautiful quilt and quilting!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by thimblebug6000
    What's not to like? It's a beautiful quilt, with beautiful quilting! Congrats to the two of you!

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    Your quilting is priceless..... I think you should be featured in a quilting
    magazine article. Am always impressed by your expertise!

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    Your quilting is priceless..... I think you should be featured in a quilting
    magazine article. Am always impressed by your expertise!

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    Very Pretty!!

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    Very nice, I love it

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    What a knockout! Both quilting and piecing!

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    Gorgeous in every way!!!!
    Congrarats to both, maker and quilter, Kutnso

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    Gorgeous in every way!!!!
    Congrats to both, maker and quilter, Kutnso

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    First off, to JOY: Spectacular! Your choice of colors and your fabulous piecing are to die for!

    And to Charismah: WOW: another Charishmah Classic ....

    The combination of your efforts, ladies, has made a wonderful treasure .... WOW ... wow....... wow...

    Charismah - I think what members viewing these quilts are most impressed by is the fact that you (and a few other LAers on this board) DO take each work as an individual endeavor ....

    Although we all know that in quilting, there will be patterns duplicated, and current fabrics and placement may be similar -- no two quilters are viewed by you as clones. You don't take the attitude: "oh, this is so similar to the one that I just did; I can just call this one in!" ....

    No, you take the time to get a feel for the character and uniqueness of each of your clients .... You seem to put so much thought and effort into showcasing THEIR work ... The client surely DOES come first with you.

    I will also state: Newbies or old-hand quilters get equal treatment. You truly do a fine job of making some not-so-special pieced-tops come to life -- and the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

    For something of this quality you certainly seem to go the extra mile .... You bring such joy and optimism to each project -- it shows in your finished product ..... When ever I (and a lot of other board members) see you post anything, I MAKE time to click in and marvel at your work ....

    Joy .... Charismah will surely be anxious to work with your tops again and again ..... and I will be standing in line to see the final "TA-DA!" of each.

    Thanks for the experience today. I can dream .... ahhhhhh.....

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    Oh, so beautiful. The piecing in this blows me away, and I would never be able to do one like that. My hat is off to you,Joy. And of course Charisma did such a wonderful job with her magic machine. I can't imagine doing this freehand. Wow, and double wow!!! You are both winners!!! :)

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    Love the quilt, love the quilting. It is a beautiful finished product.

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    the front is so colorful, and the quilting on the back is a real showstopper! beautiful on both sides. two for one!!

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    beautiful quilt and quilting.

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    Charisma, your work is amazing. It's no wonder you get so much business! I hope to have half your skill someday! :)

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    Charisma, your work is second to none....absolutely stunning! I only wish that I lived closer to you because you would be doing mine. You have amazing talent!

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    The back is just as beautiful as the front. Great job!

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    Wow, wow, wow. It's beautiful!

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    WOW! You make the back look just as pretty as the front! Your quilting really complements the quilt layout and fabric choices!!! I can't WAIT to get my backing & border fabric in so I can send you my little guy!!!!

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    The quilt and quilting are both wonderful (and what else would the result be with your work?). This log cabin variation is on my list of MUST MAKES...........you have really made this one come to life with your quilting. She will love it.

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