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Thread: learning to post pictures

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    I'm gonna give it a try hopefully it ends up here!
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    I love the quilt. The pic turned out nice.
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    Beautiful.

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    I really like the soft colors in the quilt. You did a very nice job, both on the quilt and posting the pic.

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    Very very pretty. Now that you know how to post pictures please post more. Thanks for sharing.

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    :wink: What a lovely quilt, the picture turned out great, Love the colors!

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    Wow. This is remarkable.

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    I do like your quilt..... you have done well...

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    Nice job! Not only with the awesome looking quilt, but with posting a picture as well.

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    Thanks to you all for the KIND words! It wasn't as hard as I thought it would be. Now the fun part of rounding up some more quilts. :) But first I must go finish sewing work shirts. Work before play :evil: :P

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    very very nice. love the colors .

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    OOOO You did a GREAT JOB!!! Beautiful quilt

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    Lots of work in that quilt. Beautiful. Great job. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I love the quilt, the colors are amazing. I'm so impressed with the points on your triangles. I really struggle with mine. Great job!

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    I love your quilt! It reminds me of salt-water taffy, which I love. I can't wait to see more of your quilts.
    ~Tiffany

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    Very nice looking quilt, I really like the colors and design :D

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    here are two quilts that I did for the boys last year for their beds. They picked out the material. One is more careful how he makes the bed one just pulls covers up and over! :D

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    bear paw quilt
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    This is gorgeous. Nice job!

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    Love your boys quilts and the way they make their beds,lol. Several years ago(quess they were really the first quilts I ever made) I made my 2 oldest grandsons quilts our of squares of cotton knit (like t-shirt fabric). They loved them, the more they are used and washed the softer they get--just like your favorite t-shirt. The oldest one told me he really liked his quilt--that he slept under it every night --on top of his bedspread. He said that way he didn't have to make up his bed the next day.lol They are now 24 & 21 years and they are still sleeping under those quilts and not making up their beds.lol

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    very nice quilt

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    wonderful quilt
    asking a quilter to mend is like asking picasso to paint your garage

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