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Thread: be kind now

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    I'm going to try showing a few things I have done. Remember now, I'm still a novice at these things. The Christmas Bow I made for my mother in law last year, and the Christmas Tree was for my mom. The Irish Chain is not finished yet, but someday hopefully will be for a granddaughter. It looks like blue and white, the blue is a small flower print. It has not got the backing done yet, and I hope to make a pillow sham to go with it. No big hurry since my one son doesn't have a steady girl yet, and the other isn't getting married until next spring. I hope someone lets me know if the pictures don't come through :lol:

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    Oh no worries on the being kid part--this group is 100% kind. :D

    But the photos didn't show up.

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    what did I do wrong. I tried to attach files.

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    No pictures yet, but I'm sure what you made is pretty!

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    NO pics! I liked the other one. I'm 100 % sure I will like these too.

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    Try posting again. Give it a little while after you press the submit button before you click out. okay. Elle

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    if it does not work this time, I give up. :(

    Irish quilt
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    sorry 2 of the same picture
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    If at first you donīt suceed.....la la See it worked. Lovely work there,
    Love the bow and the tree. Looks like there were very tiny pieces in your quilt. Really beautiful. Elle :thumbup:

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    Very Pretty. I love Irish Chains, so simple but so much impact!!! Great job on all of them!

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    That Christmas tree is my FAVORITE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a joyous way to use log cabin squares!! :D :D You're a fabulous quilter--the workmanship shouts it. :wink:

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    Just love them all. Are you sure these are you first? Don't look Like it. :wink: :wink: :wink: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Love them all. I think I might have the tree pattern or one close to it. Now I will have to make it.

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    Gorgeous! You sure don't sew like a novice! Make more!

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    Awesome!!!

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    Thanks for all of the kind words!! :lol:

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    Great work. Love them. Are you sure you are a beginner.

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    All are beautiful, but I especially love the Christmas tree! You sure don't sew like a beginner!

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    I was just wondering how long you have been quilting, as your work looks pretty much perfect to me :D

    I love the xmas tree with the little bows on it :D

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    Very very pretty!

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    Very nice. Novice?? you say! Looks great to me.

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    What a great job! The tree is awesome!
    GOOD GOING!! WOOHOO!!!

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    what inspiration for Christmas projects, they are all lovely! I love the "bow" wall hanging---wish their was enough time in the day to copy them all. I have a friend who is crazy about Christmas and it would just fit her decor.

    p.s.--I've had difficulty loading pictures, too. I've attributed it to my dial-up connection. It seems to take forever. (and I've tried unsuccessfully to change my avatar photo--don't know how to size it....oh, well.....)

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    They are all great - the blue and white is a classic, always a favorite!

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    My list of things to make continues to grow. The Irish chain has been on my list for awhile and yours is simply great. I really like the bow, I like the way you used the stipped fabric. Fun. You did a great job.
    Linda

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