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Thread: Madison expo again sorry

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    Super Member Mplsgirl's Avatar
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    Not sure what I'm doing wrong here, but I wanted to share some of these with you. Been out of town. Here are the first three I tried to send.

    This won Best of Show.
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    Well, I for one am grateful that you posted all the pictures, because I love looking at them!

    That house quilt may be my favorite. Houses are one of my favorite motifs, and I love the rose colors.

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    Those are absolutely beautiful! I love all three!

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    I love, love that first quilt that one Best of Show.

    gorgeous. Elle

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    Thanks for posting these, they are very lovely....like the houses one best. I am guessing the middle one has a cross-stitched centre?

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    Quote Originally Posted by earthwalker
    Thanks for posting these, they are very lovely....like the houses one best. I am guessing the middle one has a cross-stitched centre?
    Yes, it was cross-stitched. Isn't it unique?

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    I was wondering if that was a cross stitched piece in the middle of that quilt. It was inspirational really. Why not put family embroideries into a quilt? I have a few I would like to preserve. Huh ... Good idea!

    All that being said .. I love that first quilt. Man !!! That is a ton of beautiful work. Wow.

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    Wow -- they're all gorgeous!! Keep posting :D

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    Thanks for posting.
    They are gorgeous!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisanne
    Well, I for one am grateful that you posted all the pictures, because I love looking at them!

    That house quilt may be my favorite. Houses are one of my favorite motifs, and I love the rose colors.
    Houses, cottages, have got to be one of MY favorites, and I love rose colors, pinks, corals, wines...Lisanne, think your tastes and mine are similar. These are all yummy, but loooove the house quilt, Pam! woo hoo :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterflyspain
    I love, love that first quilt that one Best of Show.

    gorgeous. Elle
    That quilt was made by a 72 yr old lady who we met and was just amazing.

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    Oh my i love all the quilts but the house quilt wins my heart

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    I would love to do one like the houses here. Don't even know where to start. Thx for sharing, beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lgeorge
    I would love to do one like the houses here. Don't even know where to start. Thx for sharing, beautiful.
    I must admit these houses are beautiful to. There is a really lovely pattern which can be purchased from www.antiqueangel.co.uk which has houses on it. Its a BOM, probably available in the States as well.

    Look for Heart and Home through Google and you will probably come up with it.

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    Thanks for posting these.
    Do you know who made the Best in Show? It reminds me of Philipa Naylor's work.

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    The Best in Show is fantastique. I want to make it too. Does anyone know the name of it? Thank you for sharing.

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    Wow , I can see why that first one took best in show! Every bit of it is fabulous!

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    These are just amazing!! I love the houses too - they are so cute!! Thanks for sharing!!

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    All very beautiful!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    very beautiful!! thanks for sharing.
    will quilt 4EVER

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