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Old 03-27-2015, 03:42 AM
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I love paperpiecing but Judys designs are challenging. I started with FIRE ISLAND HOSTA kit.The Prairie Star I picked my own colours and that was nerve wracking, but I am happy with both. I did machine quilting on my Janome Horizon.
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Old 03-27-2015, 03:49 AM
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WOW! Breath taking. Both are beautiful
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Old 03-27-2015, 03:51 AM
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Beautiful quilts. They look like they were rather difficult to make but worth the effort.
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Both are awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Both are gorgeous!
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They are both fabulous quilts! It may have been a challenge but you certainly rose to it and did a fantastic job on both of these.

I have only made one JN and I have yet to quilt it (Agave Garden). I enjoyed it. I also picked out my own fabrics but I pretty much kept to the same color scheme as pictured on the pattern. I bought the Feathered Star wall hanging pattern that I hope to enlarge myself to bed size. Only a few months after I bought it did she come out with the bed size pattern. I really do love the fire island Hosta design too. All of her patterns are gorgeous.
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Both quilts are just beautiful. You mastered paperpiecing to a tee. Thanks so much for sharing. Mary
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WOW, you got both of yours done. I have two and still struggling with finding the right fabric. Charity quilts always seems to cut in line first so there is little time left for my personal quilts.
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Those both are gorgeous!
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Beautiful, I love Judy Niemeyer quilts too. Have you been to Cozy Quilts in Port Hope? Shahena is a certified instructor. I am taking another class with her to make the Glacier Star quilt- can't wait until April!! I have taken the classes for the Mariner's Compass quilt. It was my first and so much fun.
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