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Thread: Lost my mind assembling quilt

  1. #51
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    what a fabulous fix!! you took a "design opportunity" and excelled!! Way to go.

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    It turned out to be a beautiful quilt! Love the colors.

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    You did a wonderful job correcting your error but no one would ever guess that it wasn't planned as finished.

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    Yes, they will know. They will know how lovely it is.

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    Looks perfectly planned to me and it did turn out great.
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    Nice save, it looks great.

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    i like it very much.. nice save. i love the colors.

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    A very creative solution, and probably better than the original design!
    pat design

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    Oh wow! That is so very lovely!! Talk about an original!!! It looks so 'planned'. You are awesome!
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    I love it, very pretty!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    It looks beautiful and planned!

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    you did wonderful

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    i think your fix turned out fabulous. love the colors.

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    Very pretty!!!
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    Oh my goodness, what a beautiful mistake! That is absolutely a beautiful quilt! I love the color combination.

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    Methinks better than OK. This looks better to me than the discription of how it was "supposed"to be.

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    Perfect, that was a great save. It goes perfect. No one will ever know that it was suppose to be that way.

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    not planned? .... looks great and love the colors
    Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass......It's learning how to dance in the rain!

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    What a serendipitous mistake because it turned out wonderful!
    That has been a very large undertaking - 6 large lap quilts! Congratulations on your achievement!

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    You did it and it is a GREAT job.
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    It turned out more than OK, it turned out GREAT . We promise we will not tell on you.
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    Nice save!!!

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    I think it's more than "O.K." I think it's beautiful!

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    Your quilt is great and no one will know there is a mistake. Looks like it was planned that way.

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    Very clever and it looks wonderful and carefully planned!
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