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Thread: Julie Beaulieu Quilts

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    Thanks for sharing!

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    Goooooorrrrrggggeeeeouuuussssss!
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    Gives you something to put on your to do list. i like them all.

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    Very pretty and innovative! Thanks for sharing.

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    Gorgeous! I'm already groaning under the weight load of my "to do" list and now must add some of THESE, too! lol
    Thanks for sharing!
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    Gee this is my kind of designer. I love her themes and colors.
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    Thanks for posting those. True inspiration.

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    I like the french braid very much! The stars in the middle are beautiful

    btw: The lady with the fabric is called "Nadelstern" (a perfekt name for one like her: Nadelstern are two german words: Nadel = needle, Stern = star... Needlestar! Perfekt, isn't it? )
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    I love the quilts, especially the red/black and gray bargello and the french braid. Thank you for sharing!

    And Allysonn, thanks for providing the correct spelling for the fabric line.

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    Beautiful quilts...thanks for sharing!
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    I really like the boat and water one. Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubesgirl View Post
    They are lovely quilts, thanks for sharing them. On another note, you are soooo (sew) lucky to have G Street as your quilting and fabric shop! My favorite fabric shop in the whole world! Started shopping there in 196_, when it was just a big room on the second floor of a building downtown, with tables so stuffed with gorgeous fabrics it took your breath away! Bought fabric to make my first ball gown for a military ball at Ft. Meyer ... midnight blue velvet, trimmed in gold braid and ribbon. Ahhhh, the "good old days." I hope you have a blast shopping there. Whenever I come up to NoVa, I try to get there for a few hours. The notions and buttons rooms are unbelieveable!
    I believe there are two locations-- one in Virginia (which I think you're talking about), and the one I go to in Rockville. I've never been to the Virginia location, but I have to tell you that G Street has seen better days. It's really sad. They moved from their long-time location right on Rockville Pike to off Randolph Road, underneath a Golds Gym which can be heard through the ceiling.

    The quilting fabric department used to be the greatest. Wonderfully stocked. Now, most of the shelves are only half-filled. There used to be tables and tables of sale cotton. Now none. The upholstery department is still really great. As is the notions department. I can't help but think that online sales have taken their toll on the quilting department. But at $12/yard, even their 25% sales aren't as good as prices found online.

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    A wonderful little quilt show. I've never thought of appliqueing the way she does it. It really works with the bargello pieces as water. Her quilts are really stunning. The third one had me thinking of Monet's water garden paintings!

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    Those are very very pretty, alot of work looks like went into them
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    Those are fabulous quilts!! Just gorgeous, the colrs, the appliques, eveything about them. Thanks for sharing.
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    Each quilt is so beautiful!!! Lots of great ideas here!!!
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    Great quilts, thanks for sharing.

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    I'm not usually a big fan of bargello's (not that they are not worthy, just my taste) but these capture my interest especially the one with the water look, see any pattern can be made to please different quilters
    Create something beautiful from scraps.

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    Beautiful quilts!!!!

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    Wow! I love seeing how people stretch what a pattern can do!

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    Awesome awesome quilts. Beautiful!!!!!!
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    Beautiful Quilts, thank you for sharing.

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    All gorgeous quilts!
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