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Thread: Leaves are falling in Texas

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    Super Member SandyinZ4's Avatar
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    Wow! That is a great leaf pattern. They look so detailed. Plus having them run over and into the border gives it a lot of character. I love it.
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GramaLaura View Post
    Great quilt!!! Hurray....I survived another Texas summer.....it's time for fall leaves
    Oh! I so agree!!

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    very pretty....i like it a lot!
    So many quilts, so little time :-)

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    Beautiful! Looks like maple leaves. I went to a Quilt Guild mtg. once in Waco. Was very enjoyable.
    I lived in Temple then.

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    So pretty, and great use of some scraps!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    very nice!!!!!
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    Lovely quilt. Great idea with the leaves in the border. Thanks for posting.

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    Love it!! I reminds me of growing up in the Minnesota country side!!!
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    Turned out really pretty.

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    Love the leaves and the whole quilt is quite lovely!

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    I love how you carried the leaves into the border. Very clever and it looks beautiful. I am sooo ready for fall. It is the most beautiful day here in SC.

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    Another great way to use scraps! Thanks for sharing.

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    Very pretty -- and nice to know i'm not the only one whose projects start out one way and end up another !! Loving that the days and nights are cooler here in the Heart of Texas !!!!!

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    I love your quilt.

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    OOOOHH like it

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    Great quilt and having the leaves fall over the borders give wonderful demmension to the whole look!
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    Wonderful quilt. Looks great.

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    Beautiful quilt. Using up scraps is just great when you make something this beautiful too.

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    Wow! That is very pretty! Like the colors so cheerful. Thanks for sharing.
    Have a Blessed & Prosperous Day !
    Chris.


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    Very pretty quilt and just right for this season.

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    The same thing happened to my bookcase! I had to do some repair work to the bookcase before I could load it again. THEN, my son brought me about 25 more books that a friend's mother, who was moving, was getting rid of! I'm looking for a larger bookcase, LOL! Love your leaf quilt!

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    I love anything autumn!

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    What a wonderful time of year to make a leaf quilt. Really nice.

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    very nice , I like your quilt .

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    This is just wonderful! And just in time for the autumn colors!

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